Administrators must weigh the value of nearly 2,000 teachers, counselors, social workers, nurses and psychologists who still could lose their jobs.
Last school year, Carson High School students skipped 1,926 days of class. This year, the school reduced that figure by 20%, thanks to an aggressive intervention program that included tracking down students and meeting with parents.
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