To keep kids in school district officials are developing programs focused on drop out prevention. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Sarah Kassem reports, they hope to give students the confidence to complete their education.
Schools in North Central Florida saw an overall drop when the Florida Department of Education released its school grades Friday. Roughly two-thirds of the 162 schools graded in North Central Florida received a grade of C or lower. Twenty-three received an A and 32 received a B.