Tune in to Washington, DC’s public radio station, WAMU (88.5 FM; HD 88.5-1), to hear a week-long series, called Yesterday’s Dropouts, which explores the struggles adults face when they leave school without a diploma and the challenges they overcome. Several DC-area adult education programs are featured in the series, including Carlos Rosario International Pubic Charter School and Academy of Hope.
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