Principal knocking on doors to find missing students

When two struggling Indianapolis middle schools switched to a year-round schedule this year they used newspapers, outdoor advertising and newsletters to make sure parents knew classes started this week. Still, just 283 of 620 expected students showed up at one of the schools, so its principal is personally knocking on doors to alert the missing students.

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