Back to School: Paying for Perfect Attendance Boston-area Chelsea High School will be testing a new method to promote school attendance: paying students for coming to class. Students will earn $25 for every school quarter of perfect attendance.
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Back to School: Paying for Perfect Attendance

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Back to School: Paying for Perfect Attendance

Back to School: Paying for Perfect Attendance

Back to School: Paying for Perfect Attendance

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Boston-area Chelsea High School will be testing a new method to promote school attendance: paying students for coming to class. Students will earn $25 for every school quarter of perfect attendance.

Guest:

Morrie Seigal, member of the Chelsea School Committee