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Cleveland — The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is using a new strategy to prevent dropouts – they want to show prison videos and images to show students what life may be like if they don’t stay in school.

The documentary, “Insideout,” is being brought to Cleveland schools as a way of allowing the inmates to speak to the students.

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