JAG sends students on a pathway to success
High school can be a challenging time for any teenager, but for some, extra support and guidance can mean the difference between a high school dropout and a high school graduate. Enter JAG Nevada, a statewide high school dropout intervention and work readiness program that serves more than 3,000 students in 53 programs in 41 high schools across the state.
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