Lower level of satisfaction with school, bias in teacher evaluation and lower dedication to homework are some of the variables that may explain the disproportionate dropout rate among boys and students low income in Spain, a country with the second highest rate in the EU, just behind Romania.

To know and find solutions to this phenomenon, a study by Professors José Montalbán, from the University of Stockholm, and Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela, from the University of Barcelona, ​​both researchers at the Esade Center for Economic Policies (EsadeEcPol), provide a menu of policies targeting male students and vulnerable students.

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