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A Conversation with David Driscoll

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Massachusetts educators say family troubles and academic problems are driving an increase in the number of high-school dropouts.

Those findings come from a new survey just released by the State Department of Education.

Officials decided to try to learn more about why students were dropping out.

To discuss the survey's findings, we're joined by State Education Commissioner David Driscoll.

This program aired on April 13, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.

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