Mon 16 April 2012, The Independent

Government advisor says truancy crackdown means three-year-olds should have school absence recorded

By Richard Garner
Children as young as  three and four should have their absences from school recorded if the government’s crackdown on truancy is to be effective, its most senior adviser on behaviour said today.
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