Calif. school takes hands-on approach to curbing truancy

12/4/2011 | Bay Citizen (San Francisco), The

A high school in California is seeking to improve attendance among chronically truant students through a project-based curriculum designed to engage them in learning. Students learn about academic concepts through courses in the arts, the outdoors and social movements. In a recent activity, students participated in a boating expedition on the San Francisco Bay.

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