Truants go before the judge in one Maryland district

01/13/2005 | Washington Post, The

In a new pilot program in Wicomico County, Md., schools may send truant students to court, where a judge or master may order counseling, set a curfew, require home confinement or send the entire family to a social services program. The program will expand to three neighboring counties and possibly go statewide, if it's proven to work and funding becomes available.

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