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Native Students Nearly Twice as Likely to Be Chronically Absent From School

Native American students in Wyoming are nearly twice as likely to be chronically absent from school than their peers statewide, according to a Star-Tribune analysis of state attendance data. Statewide, one in every five Wyoming students missed at least 10 percent of the school year — or about 3 1/2 weeks of classes — in 2012-13.