Why Special Education Students Dont Graduate From High School
...school are more likely to be unemployed, to earn less than those who graduate, to be on public assistance, and to end up in prison” (Christle, Jolivette, & Nelson, 2007, p. 325). Consequently, the decision not to graduate from high school can contribute to those Americans with the least education experiencing a pattern of increased economic marginalization (Shore, 2003). In an economic climate becoming increasingly advanced and more complex, the individual who drops out of high school restricts his options and opportunities in the labor market. In terms of financial ability and future productivity, not completing high school further prompts serious negative consequences... ? AN INVESTIGATION OF THE...