WFSU American Graduate
The American Graduate project is a public media initiative to help local communities address the dropout crisis. The initiative builds upon public media's long-standing commitment to education. By strengthening relationships between public media stations and local schools, businesses, and community organizations the goal is to help students stay on the path to obtaining a high school diploma.Visit WFSU American Graduate Website
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Tocamos Mas, Flat Land, & Danny Bedrosian & Som’n Fierce perform at Gradstock 2016.
Thursday Night Music Club, Johnnie Marshall Blues Band, & Royce Lovett at Gradstock 2016.
Two Foot Level, The New 76ers, & Sarah Mac Band perform Americana Music at Gradstock 2016.
Education and community leaders discuss alternate pathways to a high school graduation.
At the Success Academy, at risk students earn diplomas and plan for diverse career paths.
We follow three high school seniors as they get career guidance at the Leon Works Expo.
Good Taste Tally is part education lab, part job skills program.
Many jobs need more than a high school diploma, but less than a Bachelor's Degree.
We catch up with three SciGirls Tallahassee alumnae still engaged in science learning.
We get to know three students at Leon County Schools's Success Academy.
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum talks about educating parents and safe places for kids.
Tallahassee Community College offers a second chance for students with criminal records.
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