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Attached file has instructions On first reference, use the entire article title

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On first reference, use the entire article title: “Hidden Dropouts: How Schools Make Low Achievers Disappear”. Note the presence of quotation marks, capitalization of all words and no italics.
On second reference, either use the authors’ last names, Vogell and Fresques, or you may truncate the title thus: “Hidden Dropouts…” The elipsis (three dots) indicates the title is truncated.
In-text citations for this article should include both authors’ last names: (Vogell and Fresques). Since we know the authors’ names, there is no need to use any form of the article’s title in the in-text citation. This would also apply to the Sipher and Singleton articles.
While it is standard practice to list authors’ names alphabetically by last name, The byline on the article lists Vogell first; therefore, we can assume she is the lead author and thus list her name first in citations.
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