Education and the Economy

Education and the Economy

An estimated 1.3 million students across all 50 states and the District of Columbia dropped out of high school in 2010. Cutting in half the number of high school dropouts for this single high school class could result in tremendous economic benefits. Using statistical analysis conducted by the Alliance for Excellent Education and its partners, this graphic--printable at 60โ€x48โ€--shows the potential impact cutting the high school dropout rate could have on national, state, and local economies.

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Posted Sep 12, 2011
 
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