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CAUSES OF TRUANCY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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PROJECT TOPIC :CAUSES OF TRUANCY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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Keywords: TRUANCY

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CHAPTER ONE

1.0 INTRODUCTION

The issue of truancy in Tanzania is a critical problem now days.Most students they do not complete their course of study becouse of truancy which lead them to drop out from schooling.most students especially girls are ending up by geting married and those who are not married are geting pregnancies.most boys who are truant are employed for liltle wages and others using drugs and others engage in criminal issues.The study want to realise all social economic factors contributing to this tendency in order to improve the education of the children for the super development of the nation at large.

1.1 Background of the Problem

Truancy is a serious problem in Tanzania education system today which need highly attention in schools administrators, and teachers in schools in order to prevent high rate of students drop out from schooling(www.mkombozi.org.mkombozi centre for street children) In school truancy is a term used to describe any intentional unauthorized absence from compulsory schooling. Children today lose over hundred days of their time to stay at school through truancy. The young girls and boys of the schooling age are not at school in steady working in entertainments areas eg, Clubs, (www.edu.org/susan Scheff, 2007).

Reducing truancy and exclusions

levels are an important part of Government social inclusion

policy. Young people who attend

school regularly are more likely to get the most they can out

of their time

at school, and therefore more likely to achieve their potential,

and less likely to

take part in

anti-social or criminal behaviour(www.education.com/social

exclusion unit,

1998).

There is some evidence showed that poor literacy is, in some cases, a causal factor. An early survey by the Children’s Society showed that the majority of those who are permanently excluded are boys aged between 13 and 15, most having started secondary school with a

reading age behind that of their peers. This is backed up by Ofsted who reported that poor attendance was within those students who are poor readers ( www.education.com//social exclusion unit 1998).

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