GPS helps schools track chronically truant students

05/26/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Ten chronically truant students in a Texas district are being tracked using GPS units that alert counselors if the students are not in school. The action is part of a pilot program called Attendance Improvement Management that is intended to curb truancy through additional supervision.

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