Every school day, 3 Quad-City area students drop out. When students drop out, they do not have the necessary skills for the next stage in their life. This affects their future and the future of our community.
Statistics show how important it is that students graduate from high school.
There are as many reasons why students drop out of school as there are dropouts. Because of this, no single intervention will be able to significantly alleviate this problem. Instead, we need a community solution, with a wide variety of stakeholders offering a full menu of interventions, so that we can tailor our services to each individual student's needs.
Achieve Quad Cities needs you to get involved and volunteer today to change a child’s future.
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