Schools in England to crack down on truancy

England's Education Secretary Michael Gove is seeking to improve academic rigour, in part, by improving school attendance. To combat truancy, head teachers are being asked to fine parents £100 for keeping students out of school without a good reason. Schools also will improve attendance tracking and no longer will accept minor illnesses, such as coughs and colds, as an excuse for missing school.

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