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Volume 8, Issue 4 (1979)

Truancy Interventions

pp. 464—468

Although truancy among high school students is an area of concern among school administrators and psychologists, little research has been focused on appropriate intervention methods for increasing school attendance among this age group. Since truancy among secondary school students is most frequently associated with underachievement,attendance at school needs to be increased before other remedial efforts can be successful (Morrow, 1970).

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