Should Dropouts Lose Their Drivers License?

Representative Rosie Berger
Representative Rosie Berger

Developing some sort of accountability for high school students that choose to drop out is the theory behind an idea that was recently raised by School District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty.

Representative Rosie Berger responded to the idea during an interview Tuesday on KROE'S Public Pulse program.

Berger offered her own suggestion to address high school dropouts.

Berger stated that one of her major concerns is that if a student chooses to drop out at say, age 16, that they would have trouble getting to and from work if they had a job, yet no license.