A study of the education welfare officer working to improve school attendance

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Holmes, Kim;

Truancy is currently (DfElS, 2001) right at the top of the government's list of educational issues to be addressed. On any one day, 400,000 pupils who should be in school are absent.That is 5% of the school population. The education welfare officer (EWO) has a very spec... View more
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