The proportion of young adults
and youths residing in the U.S. who have dropped out of high school declined
from 1970 to 2016 by 9%. Although the ethnic and racial groups have decreased
over the years, Hispanic youths have the highest possibility of dropping out of
high school as compared to other ethnicities and races.
High school graduates earn $200,000 more than high
school dropouts in their lifetime.
One in every six students attends a dropout
High school dropouts in the United States commit
around 75% of all crimes.
Approximately 25% of high school freshmen do not
graduate from high school on time.
More than 1.2 million students in the U.S. drop out
of high school each year.
What We Do
Identify and recommend effective strategies and
best practices to reduce the rate of school dropout while increasing both
student engagement and re-engagement.
Collaborate with various institutions to analyze
data about student dropout, suspension, truancy, completion rates, student
growth, discipline incidences, and expulsion rates.
Coordinate efforts across leading initiatives to
address adult education and dropout prevention.
Keep track of changes, progress, and results to
improve our strategies.
Manage and secure resources to finance support and
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