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Sentence count:46+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-04-03Updated:2017-04-03
Synonym: hookySimilar words: truantpiquancymenstrualmenstruationnuancefancyvacancytenancyMeaning: ['truːənsɪ]  n. failure to attend (especially school). 
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1. The government has ordered a crackdown on truancy.
2. The next meeting will address the problem of truancy.
3. Truancy rates at the school are very high.
4. Rates of truancy from school have only increased minimally.
5. The authorities plan to come down hard on truancy in future.
6. These measures were seen as indirectly reducing condoned truancy.
7. Earnhardt would have understood the mass truancy.
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8. And which politicians have the highest truancy rate?
9. The legal definition of truancy incorporates no distinction between its different forms.
10. The authorities have responded to complaints of increasing truancy with legislation apparently strict but in practice almost ineffective.
11. We will publish test results, exam results and truancy rates and ensure that there is regular independent inspection.
12. Tackling truancy Schools reported using a range of strategies to tackle absence from school.
13. To combat truancy schools need the active co-operation of parents and good information about patterns of non-attendance.
14. Truancy rates have dropped 42 percent,(sentencedict.com) and daytime crime rates have dropped 35 percent.
15. At school they shared truancy escapades, which developed a more interesting potential once they had matriculated.
16. Attendance rates and truancy levels as performance indicators for schools are only part of the story.
17. My daughter's school has very good exam results and hardly any truancy.
18. If the school's overall attendance rate is poor, then the school may well suspect a high level of condoned truancy.
19. Fifteen miles away in Witney Henry Box School reported just three percent truancy.
20. This authorisation could, of course, be spurious and be disguising condoned truancy.
21. This point is considered further below. Legal intervention in truancy cases has focused on the notion of parental responsibility.
22. And in Naples, 25 percent of school-age children are not enrolled and truancy rates of the rest are high.
23. Nevertheless, even the staunchest advocates of non-legal solutions to truancy seem to accept that legal procedures must continue to be available.
24. Is there any allowance made for long-term illness? or for condoned truancy?
25. He said the Government was providing £10 million for truancy projects in 74 local education authorities.
26. But many other researchers have concluded that legal intervention is of extremely limited value in truancy cases.
27. Pop's role in this struggle is to lure us into truancy from our better selves.
28. Chief Constable of Essex John Burrow added his voice yesterday when he warned that there was a connection between truancy and crime.
29. There is a tendency amongst teachers and EWOs to blame parents for most instances of truancy.
30. Schools' concerns in examining their attendance rates tend to be with levels of non-attendance and in particular with truancy.
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