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Dropout Prevention Plan of Action

The goal of the Forest Municipal School District Dropout Prevention Plan is to provide students with the appropriate options necessary to prevent them from dropping out of school.

Top 5 Reasons to Stay in School

High school dropouts are four times as likely to be unemployed as those who have completed four or more years of college;

Graduating from high school will determine how well you live for the next 50 years of your life. High school graduates earn $143 more per week than high school dropouts. College graduates earn $336 more per week than high school graduates ($479 more per week than high school dropouts);

Dropouts are more likely to apply for and receive public assistance than graduates of high school;

Dropouts comprise a disproportionate percentage of the nation's prison and death row inmates. 82% of prisoners in America are high school dropouts;

School districts all over the country provide alternative programs for students who are not successful in the usual school setting. The best programs in the country are featured in our Model Programs Database.

Source:   National Dropout Prevention Center/Network > Home>Family/Student Resources

Resources:

Dropout Prevention - What Works Clearinghouse IEP Practice Guide

A Guidebook to Help Communities Tackle the Dropout

The Silent Epidemic

Forest Municipal School District Dropout Prevention  Plan of Action