Oregon's High School Dropouts - Economic Costs
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  • Mar 10 2010

Oregon’s High School Dropouts

By Emily House

Oregon’s high school dropouts earn, on average, $10,000 per year less than those who graduate from high school, and many are unemployed. High dropout rates have undeniable social and economic consequences, and this study breaks down those consequences for the state of Oregon.

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