Schools want to send teachers to Utahns’ homes, but critics say it’s government overreac
Feb 13, 1:00 AM
Alarcon’s son and daughter attend Backman, where teachers have conducted home visits for the past four years as a way to boost attendance at the west-side Salt Lake City school and improve relationships between parents and school employees. The visits are gaining wider popularity as a strategy for improving school performance, but they are also time-consuming and carry a price tag for teachers’ after-hours work.
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