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High School Dropouts Students dropping out of high school is a common everyday thing in todays society The causes for these dropouts vary from case to case but are usually closely related The vast majority of students who drop out usually do so because they have a poor home life This poor home life often causes many problems that eventually overwhelm the student and lead him to dropping out of school One way that a poor home life leads to high school dropouts is through a lack of guidance Oftentimes a student that has a poor home life does not get much guidance at home The student is usually inexperienced when it comes to decision-making and because the parents do not guide the student in the right direction the student often makes the wrong decision In this case the wrong decision is dropping out of high school Although there are guidance counselors at school that the student could talk to oftentimes the student feels embarrassed to talk to the counselor because he does not want anyone to know about his poor home life If the student did not have a poor home life there would not have been a lack of guidance in his life The student would have most likely stayed in school because his parents would have given him valuable guidance when problems or situations arose Another way that a poor home life leads to high school dropouts is through financial problems Although not always the case a poor home life is usually associated with a poor non-wealthy family The children in the family once of age are usually expected to get a job to help support the familys expenses This oftentimes requires the child to go to school during the day and then work at night This may work for a short period of time but eventually it will become too much for the child to handle Instead of having time to
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