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The High Cost of High School Dropouts: What the Nation Pays for Inadequate High Schools

Nov 01, 2011

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If the high school students who dropped out of the Class of 2011 had graduated, the nation’s economy would likely have benefitted from nearly $154 billion in additional income over the course of their lifetimes, according to the Alliance’s issue brief, The High Cost of High School Dropouts: What the Nation Pays for Inadequate High Schools.

For additional information on the impact of educational outcomes on the nation’s economy, visit our interactive economic model at impact.all4ed.org. It contains data for the nation as a whole, all fifty states and the District of Columbia, and more than 200 metro areas across the country.

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