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|The issue of dropping out is an important issue either nationally or internationally (Chung & Lee, 2018; Ripamonti, 2017; Siti Eshah et al, 2016; De Witte et al., 2013; McIntyre, 2013; Murad, 1973). Educational Planning and Research Division, Ministry of Education Malaysia (2016) reports that 4.3% of high school students are at risk to dropping out of the school system. National Center for Education Statistics (2016) states that the percentage of dropping out in US has declined from 7.4% (2010) to 5.9% (2015) but efforts to reduce the rate are still ongoing (Freeman & Simonsen, 2015). The Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI) states one to two percent of Korean students stop learning (dropout) due to the difficulty in adjusting to school life (Chung & Lee, 2018). While dropping out have become a critical issue in basic education in Indonesia, around 2.6 million students aged 7 to 15 have dropped out of the education system (Pujiastuti et al., 2017).
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