Nebraska high school dropouts hurt local economy

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June 9, 2010 - 7:00pm

As the school year ends, Nebraska high schools graduates are preparing for college or work. But about a tenth of those students who could graduate won't. For school districts across the state, keeping dropout rates low and graduation rates high is the number one concern. As Clay Masters reports it doesn't just affect school funding and students it affects the state's economy as a whole.

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