Harboring regrets, dropouts return to school

It's easy to regret dropping out of high school, but a dedicated few across the country are graduating this week from GED or high-school equivalence programs. The work isn't easy at all: Older students often must balance raising children, earning a paycheck and perhaps overcoming a learning disability.

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