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LESSONS LEARNED

Consequences

Dropouts are more likely to be unemployed or employed in low-skilled, lower-paying positions.

Dropouts are more likely than high school graduates to need the support of living with parents in early adulthood, experience health problems, engage in criminal activities, and become dependent on welfare and other government programs.

Dropouts are more likely to commit crimes as compared to students who complete school.  Three to five years after dropping out, the cumulative arrest rate for youth with SED is 73%.  

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