As an advocate of lifelong learning, Mrs. Corbett recognizes the importance of a high school education for all of Pennsylvania's students. On average, 14,000 students drop out of Pennsylvania's public schools each year and more than 70,000 have dropped out since the 2007-08 school year.Research shows that over a lifetime, high school dropouts earn $1 million less than those with a college degree and are more likely to end up in the justice system, rely on public assistance and face higher unemployment rates. Nationally, dropping out of school results in $300 billion a year in lost wages and higher public-sector expenses.
First Lady Susan Corbett, Pennsylvania Department Of Education Team Up To Help Struggling Students
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