Chicago Revives Parent Crackdown For Truancies

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A Chicago parent may face trial for allowing her son to miss almost 200 days of school in two years, says the Chicago Tribune. Prosecutors and school officials say more parents are likely to end up in court in a new crackdown on chronic truants. Patricia Samar, 54, appeared in court Friday on misdemeanor charges
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