Chicago would-be dropouts must sign consent form

03/1/2004 | USA Today

Chicago students who contemplate dropping out, and their parents, now must sign a form waiving their "educational rights" and acknowledging the dangers of quitting school. The form warns, among other consequences, that dropping out increases the likelihood of unemployment, welfare and jail.

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