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  • The legal dropout age is 18 in Indiana, but a student may drop out of high school after the age of 16 if he/she has the permission of parents and principal. The question is why a student would drop out. Statistics show that in addition to costing taxpayers $500,000 in assistance and health care costs, a high school drop out -- even with a GED -- can expect to make around 30% less money over their lifetime. Chek out:http://www.che.state.in.us/dropout/Dropout%20Presentation---2.24.06.ppt#256,1,Indiana High School Dropout Information
  • what is the law reguarding quitting school
  • This boils down to "At what age can I decide to be a loser for the rest of my life without anyone being able to keep me from my lofty goal?" If you're considering doing so, just take a good look at the excellent job opportunities in Indiana for high school dropouts. Wal-Mart doesn't even want greeters who don't have a high school degree, they're afraid you'd screw up the "welcome to Wal-Mart, would you like a shopping cart?" routine.
  • ive got a daughter thats 17 and wants to quit school i wish someone would convince her that its not the way to go!!!!!!ive told her all the pros and cons....which to me there are no pros.....of course im just mom ..what do i know????

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