Practitioners

A Time of Change: The Civil Rights Movement

Flood, R., & Duckenfield, M. (2004).  A Time of Change: The Civil Rights Movement. Linking Learning with Life.

Best Practices and Model Truancy Programs

Reimer, M. S., & Dimock, K. N. (2005).  Best Practices and Model Truancy Programs. Truancy Prevention in Action.

Literacy Clubs for At-Risk Girls

Naff, B., & Fones, S. (1998).  Literacy Clubs for At-Risk Girls. Solutions and Strategies.

Incentives and Education

Seoane, M., & Smink, J. (1991).  Incentives and Education. Solutions and Strategies.

How to Identify At-Risk Students

Wells, S., Bechard, S., & Hamby, J. V. (1989).  How to Identify At-Risk Students. Solutions and Strategies.

Truancy Prevention in Action Series

This series should be of use to several audiences: those who want to build political will to initiate a truancy reduction program; practitioners who work with struggling students. School, community, and court representatives will find the section relating to their particular areas beneficial; and scholars will find a ready-made research agenda.

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