You might say that’s a silly question. Of course there are high school dropouts in Detroit, Michigan. But where are they? Do they use the Internet?
One Visitor from Detroit, Michigan, in almost 11 months.
I began this website in March of 2010. And in that time, I have only had 1 visitor from Detroit, Michigan. And I don’t even know if he or she was a dropout.
Here’s my map of Michigan from Google Analytics showing you my Michigan visitors to my website. Although many have visited from Detroit suburbs, only one person has visited from the city Detroit, Michigan.
1 High School Dropout from Among Detroit’s population of 951,270
I know Detroit has an unfortunate high school dropout rate of approximately 75% according to National Public Radio. This data is a bit old coming from a 2007 radio interview. But at Detroit Has Worst High School Dropout Rate, they believe the focus should not be whether the number is 75% or something less, but how somebody can provide help to Detroit, Michigan dropouts. I agree.
In Detroit, if you need GED help, visit your Detroit Public Library
Visit the Save our Children Coalition, scroll down on the right side, and you’ll find information about GED help at the Detroit Public Library. See below.
The Detroit Public Library is helping Detroiters prepare for and find new job opportunities, and helping Detroit combat illiteracy.
At no cost to tutors or learners, DPL provides:
* Literacy Skills Assessment
* One-on-one Tutoring
* GED Preparation
* Computer Skills Training
* Tutor Training & Certification
* Learner Practice Kits
* Resources for Literacy Service Providers
For more information contact Susan Taylor at 313-481-1362 or
In any community, the easiest way to find GED information is visiting your local library. (As a high school student, as a college student, I worked at libraries. God bless librarians.)
If you need GED help, I’ll help
If you are a high school dropout from Detroit, Michigan, and you need GED help and advice, please join my email list today.