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Five states beat the national average for high school drop-out baby mammas

Five states beat the national average for high school drop-out baby mammas

LatinaLista — There are five states, according to the U.S. Census, where the percentage of girls who have not graduated from high school and who gave birth in 2006 was higher than the national average.

The states are: Arizona, California, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas.
The question must be asked, "Why do these particular states share this sad statistic?"

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