The number of pupils skipping lessons in England’s state schools climbed to a record high last autumn, statistics show.
An analysis of figures published by the Department for Education reveals that an estimated 64,000 children played truant on a typical day over the autumn term last year, compared to almost 57,200 in the same period of 2006. (via State school truancy in England reaches record high | Education | guardian.co.uk)

The number of pupils skipping lessons in England’s state schools climbed to a record high last autumn, statistics show.

An analysis of figures published by the Department for Education reveals that an estimated 64,000 children played truant on a typical day over the autumn term last year, compared to almost 57,200 in the same period of 2006. (via State school truancy in England reaches record high | Education | guardian.co.uk)

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