Students stay after school to keep on graduation track

05/19/2008 | KALB-TV (Alexandria, La.)

Rather than spend their summers making up classes they failed in the fall, 255 students in Louisiana's Livingston Parish this year paid a $60 fee to attend a four-hour-per-week after-school high school credit-recovery program. The program is meant to reduce the school's dropout rate by keeping students on track with their peers.

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