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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The Southern Scholarship Foundation gives many students a shot to attend college.
Betsy Barfield discusses the challenges facing rural communities in Jefferson County.
Elijah Key has taken over an F school. He talks about turning things around.
The library is a happening place. Kitty Brooks describes their many engaging programs.
Stefan Roberts is an A student in an F school. He describes what makes him successful.
Jim McShane of CareerSource discusses career readiness in students.
Kevin Smith of the Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast discusses student literacy
Gear Up provides students with the skills to get into and succeed in college.
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Julie Lawson tells us why WFSU is the Leon County Success Academy's top community partner.
Zack Richardson tells us how WFSU's American Graduate initiative redirected his career.
Pathfinder is a prototype career exploration mobile website.
WFSU helps an elementary school teacher use PBS Learning Media in his classroom.