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The state’s trying to get a handle on the truancy problem, largely by doing a better job of tracking kids who skip out on classes. But what exactly can be done to keep kids in school?

Keeping Kids in Class

The state’s trying to get a handle on the truancy problem, largely by doing a better job of tracking kids who skip out on classes. But what exactly can be done to keep kids in school?

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