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GRAPHIC: What Dropouts Say Would Help Students' Chances Of Graduating

Source: The Silent Epidemic, Civic Enterprises (PDF)
Source: The Silent Epidemic, Civic Enterprises (PDF)

Most students who drop out of school say it's their own fault they didn't graduate. But some surveyed also feel there are things schools could do better to help get kids to the finish line. Here are some of their top suggestions.

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