Truancy Prevention Program Aims to Get Students Back in Class (VIDEO)

Montgomery County’s truancy prevention program is designed to increase student attendance. Some Councilmembers recently received a briefing on this program. CCM’s Susan Kenedy reports.

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One Response to “Truancy Prevention Program Aims to Get Students Back in Class (VIDEO)”

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    On February 9, 2016 at 7:19 am responded with... #

    Im in the truancy prevention program now, it just started my grades have increased and what not before the program and so has my attendence but i guess alittle more help doesnt hurt. One of the other students claimed that this program helped him alot now it wasnt tht great of a speech but it was the fact that i could basically change the world if i did this program…like when other students see or hear about this TPP they will wanna join to keep parents out jail, now i havent started but i am really looking foward to a change in life…

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