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Graduate wants Schenectady students to be ‘undroppable’

Ashante Davis, 18, poses in June in the district's music studio, which he credits as one of the things that helped him stay in school and finish three years' worth of high school in one year after transferring to Schenectady short of credits.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Ashante Davis, 18, poses in June in the district's music studio, which he credits as one of the things that helped him stay in school and finish three years' worth of high school in one year after transferring to Schenectady short of credits.
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One of Schenectady’s unlikeliest 2012 grads is coming back to inspire other students. Ashante Davis has joined the Undroppable campaign to persuade teens to stay in school. The national campaign consists of a series of videos made by students who explain their hurdles to graduation — and how they beat the odds. In Schenectady, Davis’ video will be shown Monday to kick off the local campaign, followed shortly by videos from other students and alumni. ...


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