when a student is absent without an excuse from a class 3 times in a school year the student becomes truant(school attendance improvement strategies,1). being late to class for more than 30 minutes classifies a student as unexcused absence (school attendance improvement strategies,1), which is surprising because many students do not believe being late is an absence they think that if they come to class no matter the time they are marked as here. even i was surprised by this information, for our school did not tell us this or publicize it which i believe is a huge problem because how are students supposed to prevent being classified as truant if they don 't even know what qualifies them. this may be one reason students are frequently marked as absent for they do not know . another reason may be the child is sick but the family does not write a letter to excuse them, or the school does not qualify them as excused. another reason students decide to skip school is because they are bored and feel that the class is not relevant to them. (Yazzie-mintz,2).other students say that they do not have any adults who care about them in school out off 22% of students who consider dropping out 1...
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