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Mon April 15, 2013
Reducing high school dropout numbers
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Estimates place Columbia’s dropout rate at about 3% in 2011, close to the state average. Nationally, the U.S. Department of education places the dropout rate at around 3.4%. So what’s being done to reduce these numbers? Today on Intersection, we’ll explore some of the reasons that students drop out of high school, and find out what being done in our community to change that. Hosted by Ryan Famuliner.
Eryca Neville, principal, Douglass High School
Lorenzo Lawson, executive director, Youth Empowerment Zone