When truancy laws don’t work

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When truancy laws don’t work

A New Mexico principal ponders a tougher approach
Española Valley High School students enter the front doors of the main building at 7:30 a.m., Oct. 12, at Española Valley High School. Administrators patrol the hallways and greet students in an effort to have students seated in classrooms by the first 7:55 a.m. tardy bell.

When truancy laws don’t work

Española Valley High School students enter the front doors of the main building at 7:30 a.m., Oct. 12, at Española Valley High School. Administrators patrol the hallways and greet students in an effort to have students seated in classrooms by the first 7:55 a.m. tardy bell.
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