In-school truancy court reduces no-show rate

10/27/2009 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

Officials in the Green Bay, Wis., district say holding truancy court in schools has reduced missed class time and led more students to comply with court orders. The in-school program started two years ago, and officials say the no-show rate has dropped from 35% to 25%, and the court-order compliance rate has increased from 19% to 31%.

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