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School districts cracking down on students and parents as absenteeism surges

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Truancy and absenteeism among school students is now the highest it has ever been, with almost 15 million students chronically absent or missing 18 days of school following the Covid-19 pandemic. To fight the problem school districts are taking some critical measures with fines, community service and even threats of jail time for parents.