Frank Biden and Mavericks in Education: Fighting against the high dropout and imprisonment rates

Frank Biden is the brother of US Vice President Joe Biden. He is making a name for himself in the education sector as the President and Director for Business Development of Mavericks in Education, an educational institution that is dedicated to the design, development, and delivery of innovative, out-of-the-box, and effective educational solutions to students who are at risk of dropping out of school.

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Mr. Biden firmly believes that dropping out of school should never be an option; this is why, together with the institution, he provides students who are challenged by the traditional learning structure with the coursework necessary for them to earn a state-recognized high school diploma.

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Frank Biden has ample reason to be concerned about the alarming dropout rates in America – on any given day, about one in every 10 young male high school dropouts is in jail or juvenile detention. With the dropout rate being directly correlated to the unemployment and incarceration rates, strong, definite initiatives must be taken in order to reduce it significantly.

Mavericks in Education boasts of a research-based, self-paced curriculum that allows students to learn and progress according to their individual skills. The institution also has a low student-to-teacher ratio, which means that students get ample attention and real-life advice and support, giving them more reasons to stay in school.

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Frank Biden and Mavericks in Education are not just giving students with an innovative take on education, they are also helping solve the one of the country’s costliest problems. Follow him on Twitter for more information.

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