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Dropping back in

April 6, 2007

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EMMANUEL ALLEN and Marvin Moore are outreach workers trying to help Boston's 1,660 high school dropouts find their way back to school. Once dropouts themselves, Allen and Moore work for the Boston Private Industry Council, calling, phoning, and visiting dropouts. But as Tracy Jan's Sunday Globe story shows, solving this problem will take a lot more than two guys. (Full article: 472 words)

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