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Students with at least four unexcused absences will be given a handheld device with a GPS signal to verify their location, which officials hope will cut down on truancies.
See TIME MAGAZINE, August 9, 1999. Tucked inside article about baby swapping victims at University of Virginia hospital, as a parenthetical, is news that the University of Virginia hospital plans to begin micro-chipping all newborns in their bellybuttons this month to prevent baby snatching, etc. I can tell you now, as an attorney, exactly what is shaping up.
Parents who balk at this procedure or attempt to forbid it will be the subject of Child Protective Services (Family Independence Agency in Michigan) petitions with the court to remove the infant from them on the grounds that a) they fail to offer the child necessary safety and security by denying them by reason of fanatical, "conspiratorial", paranoid, delusional, apocalyptic beliefs, this basic protection.
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
Why is not going to school against the law anyway?? Education should be a privilege attainable by anyone who wants it. Those that don't want it should not be subjected to the criminal system through truancy laws.
I say we have way to many laws in the first place... the criminalization of the American population...
Originally posted by Expat888
Lmfao.. Theyll probably give the device to a kid who attends regularly .. And continue to play truant..