Survey: Boredom sets in for many U.S. high schoolers

03/2/2007 | CNN

Two-thirds of U.S. high school students say they're bored in class every day, and more than one in five has thought about dropping out, according to a new Indiana University survey. However, the survey of 81,000 students in 26 states also found that three out of four students expect to earn a high school diploma and attend college.

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