Greater Boston: Project Dropout Series

Lectures curated around WGBH and WBUR's Project Dropout, which focuses a journalistic lens on the dropout crisis in Massachusetts.

Follow student video diaries and add your own comment or story on our website. According to a recent study by the Education Trust, the United States is now the only industrialized country where youths are less likely than their parents to earn a high school diploma. What’s being referred to nationally as the “silent epidemic” has ramifications for individuals and communities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts few of us can imagine.

Lectures curated around WGBH and WBUR's Project Dropout, which focuses a journalistic lens on the dropout crisis in Massachusetts.

Follow student video diaries and add your own comment or story on our website. According to a recent study by the Education Trust, the United States is now the only industrialized country where youths are less likely than their parents to earn a high school diploma. What’s being referred to nationally as the “silent epidemic” has ramifications for individuals and communities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts few of us can imagine.