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  • Study details societal ramifications for high school dropouts

    Chicago Tribune - 12/08/2011

    Teens who drop out of high school have a greater likelihood of ending up in jail, being unemployed, relying on food stamps and becoming a fiscal drain on society than those who graduate, according to a new study commissioned by the Chicago Alternative Schools Network.

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