Schools are not being founded well by government

  1. Reduces efficiency / performance
  2. Lack of viable infrastructure
  3. Low paid faculty

Students have to attend schools in their district because their parents are not financially stable to move to better communities

  1. Financial Restriction
  2. Dangerous school zones/ gang violence/drug
  3. Poor primary background for preparing college/ high school

Kids cannot receive support from their families.

  1. Uneducated parents
  2. Low income parents
  3. Single parent/ unstable household

Students have low chance of going to colleges or university because they cannot afford it.

  1. Insufficient guidance consular
  2. Unmotivated spirit / drop out of school
  3. Compelled to work to provide for their family members (go for minimum jobs)

Karen Broadhurst, Helen Paton, and Corinne May-Chahal. “Children missing from school systems: exploring divergent patterns of disengagement in the narrative accounts of parents, carers, children and young people.” British Journal of Sociology of Education. 26.1 (2005): 105-119.
Schoeneberger, Jason A. “Longitudinal Attendance Patterns: Developing High School Dropouts.” The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas85.1 (2011): 7-14.