Latina women express regrets about dropping out

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Media caption19-year-old Cynthia Aguila: ''I think I could become something better than minimum wage''

Falling behind in school can have life-long effects, and it's increasingly common in Latino communities. For these four women, all of whom dropped out of high school, trying to get back on track is a challenge.

Christie, Navarete, and Nanez all currently attend the School of Dreams Academy in Los Lunas, New Mexico.

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