Helping truant kids stay in school can keep them out of prison later. That is the mission of the innovative Truancy Intervention Project, which honored some of its most committed lawyer-volunteers at an annual appreciation lunch on Tuesday.

The earlier the intervention, the better the chance of keeping a child in school and on a better path, said Terry Walsh, who founded the program in 1992 with Judge Glenda Hatchett.

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