absenteeism


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The main reasons advanced for the absenteeism were sickness (97.
The Bethel district's rate of chronic absenteeism was 15.
In the same context, the spokesman added that the deputy minister of education approved the recommendations of the committee regarding many cases of widespread absenteeism observed by educational supervisors during their school visits.
As will be discussed below, absenteeism is a complex issue, touching all departments and aspects of the lives of public servants.
Maximum absenteeism was caused by respiratory diseases 176 (26.
Current evidence suggests that these punitive responses to absenteeism have limited effects.
Avoid punitive messages that can create resentment that drives students away from school, and can worsen the cycle of absenteeism, suspensions and referrals to law enforcement.
Today, teacher absenteeism is continuing to create problems for secondary schools and their students.
The Ad Council, in partnership with the Department and the Mott Foundation, is simultaneously launching a parent engagement campaign to elevate the conversation about the devastating impact of chronic absenteeism, specifically targeting parents of kindergarten-through-eighth-grade students.
Mentors are also connectors, helping flag challenges causing absenteeism and connecting mentees to appropriate school personnel or resources through this system that would otherwise remain untapped.
Overall pupil absenteeism in Conwy fell slightly last year, and remained below the national average.
Keeping your offices squeaky clean naturally -- be it from seen and unseen pollutants -- can result in healthier workers, higher productivity, and less absenteeism.