In England, parents fined for children's absences

06/24/2005 | BBC

In England, parents of truant children are being hit with on-the-spot fines of about $91 and forced to sign parenting contracts to ensure their children attend school. The Department of Education and Skills reports at one locale, the fines have reduced pupil absenteeism by 30%.

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