Brothers Breaking the Cycle
A fourth of Colorado’s high school students do not graduate on time. (2006 Colorado Department of Education report) This high drop-out rate translates into a “staggering” loss in human potential in Colorado, says the Governor’s Colorado P-20 Council Brief. In fact, the Colorado Children’s Campaign reports that lost earning potential due to students not graduating from high school costs Colorado $3.4 billion per year.
Bridging The Gap To Success
“This is the first time in my life that I have felt successful,“ says 23-year-old Gordon Davidson, “that I felt like everything was going to be okay.”