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According to a 2006 report by South Korea's Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD), the number of students from international families steadily increased during the early 2000s by 30% or more, and in 2005 alone went up more than 68%.
Buck International survey of 2001(as cited in MEHRD, 2006), the dropout rate of general Korean primary and secondary students was 1.1%; while among biracial students, the rate rises to 9.4% in primary school and 17.5% in middle school.
Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development (MEHRD).