Door-to-door campaigns seek to re-engage dropouts

10/28/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Across the country, school districts are enlisting volunteers to go door-to-door to talk to dropouts about how they can re-enroll in school. Officials in some districts say the programs have been successful, with one district in Iowa reporting its push netted 60 students who re-enrolled in school. In some cases, officials say students are unaware they can return, adding that the goal is to educate them about all options to help them earn a high-school diploma.

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