by Barbara Dougherty
Sep 27, 2013 (Morning Edition / Youth Radio) — An electric wire factory in western Georgia is staffed almost entirely by teenagers. They are there because of a partnership between a local company, Southwire, and the Carroll County school system. They teamed up six years ago to try to reduce the high school dropout rate.
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