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In this essay Police sweep arrests parents for kids skipping school author Greg Hardesty tells us that parents should be aware of howimportant it is to make sure their kids are in school in order to bemore successful in the classroom and in life He also tells us how twodifferent types of parents handle the news on getting arrested Based onpersonal actions concerning truancy cases some might agree and disagreewith this whole issue of the laws enforcing the law that arrest parentsfor their kids attendance But in this case in is almost necessary forthe parents to be arrested to get through to them and their children Tokeep everyone aware of how important it is for students to stay inschool and get a good educationIf the parents know that their child is not going to school they deserveto be in jail Like the man Sgt Vullo tries to talk in getting helpwith his six kids which five of the kids have been in trouble withattendance When Sgt Vullo tries to help the man does not accept thehelp offered Parents like the man who refuses to get help for theirchildren are the ones should be going to jail Sgt Vullo saysarresting parents for this is not something we like to do or want todo it- but to get the word out we will do it pg2 As the Sgt Saysits not something they like to do but it needs to be enforced moreeveryone needs to be more aware of the consequences of students missingschool When they got the 14 year-old girls father he didnt know hisdaughter was skipping he says sometimes I have to leave to go to workat 5 am and I just assumed she goes to schoolPg1 Its not evergood to assume that a student made it to school even if they had a backup ride it wouldnt have hurt to call and make sure the student wentBut also one might think what if
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