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What Are Problems That Cause Students to Drop Out of School .... (4696). Retrieved on April 21, 2015, from http://education.seattlepi.com/problems-cause-students-drop-out-school-1412.html.
Because of the lack of money a high school dropout can make having a part-time job, these dropouts begin to go down the wrong path. These dropouts will participate in illegal employment like sell illegal narcotics, stealing and even murder. High School dropouts commit 85 percent of the crimes in America.High school dropouts are 8 times more likely to be incarnated than those who graduate high school. 82% of the prison population is high school dropouts. High school dropouts cost taxpayers billions of dollars a year in lost wages due to welfare and incarceration cost. Most high school dropouts rely on government assistance due to the fact that they do not qualify for 90% of the jobs in America.
More Than Half Of Older High School Dropouts Not Employed Today. (3185). Retrieved on April 21, 2015, from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/21/high-school-dropouts-unemployment_n_1291210.html.
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I was able to see my old teachers, dean and administration. They asked me how I was doing and what were my plans for the future. I was proud to say that I am going to Lincoln
University of PA in the fall for Business Management. They were all proud of me and they wished me luck. During my internship, I was assigned to work with Kelly Harrison, Kelly
Harrison is in charge of the standardized testing for the school. My topic when perfectly because my topic is the high school dropout rate. So working with her really helped me out with my project. Imani Education Circle Charter School was found by Dr. Francine Fulton and received its
Charter in 1999. Imani doors opened for education in September 1999. Imani had 300 students and only 20 staff. Dr. Francine Fulton was an educator in the Philadelphia area before building
Imani and currently the CEO of Imani Education Circle Charter School. Her vision was to build a school that offers African Culture and a safe learning environment for young African American students. The first day of my internship, I was in the test room with Kelly Harrison. I had to grade benchmark test for the 1st and 2nd graders. I probably graded over 80 test. I was able to