The drop out rate among Philadelphia’s most vulnerable teens may not account to a big chunk out of the larger crisis. But when taking closer look, one sees that pregnant teens, kids just released from the juvenile system, children living in foster care and others going through homelessness drop out of school at outrageous rates when compared to their peers. “In fact, between 70 to 90 percent of these groups of youth left school without graduating,” reads an article in The Philadelphia Public School Notebook. In their latest issue, The Notebook presents a package of stories on what the School District of Philadelphia has done to address the problem among these groups. The following links will take you to the different stories.
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