A university education was never cheap in the Middle Ages. Fees for attending universities were not clearly defined. There were no course catalogs, no lab fees. Students had to pay the cost of travel to the university, room, drink and food. They paid fees for lectures, parchment, ink and the rental or purchase of texts. Additionally, there were also fees for joining a 'nation' or another student group.
Windward District's 2nd annual "Be Pono — Be in School" contest promotes school attendance, a component of the Strive HI Performance System. Decreasing chronic absenteeism, defined as missing 15 or more days of school per year, is correlated with greater student success. Students and schools vie for prizes while learning about the value of getting to school every day. View the winners: http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/VisionForSuccess/SuccessStories/Awards/Pages/be-pono-2nd-annual.aspx
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Guest: Christopher Kearney, author of Getting Your Child to Say “Yes” to School . Topic: Helping a child with School Refusal Behavior (SRB). Issues: Defining SRB (it’s a difficulty attending school or remaining in class for an entire day; how SRB differs from truancy or school phobia; recognizing the signs and symptoms of SRB; working with your child’s teachers to overcome SRB; how friends can help (or hurt).
A distance learner attending a tutoring session in Mozambique. The Open Educational Resources portfolio makes grants to make high-quality educational materials available for free, anywhere in the world. Photo: Rosario Passos
State Truancy LawsAlthough states vary in their responses to truancy, their laws in defining truancy are fairly similar. Follow the link below for some examples for various states.LOUISIANA: Any student between the ages of seven and seventeen is required to attend school. A student is considered truant when the child has been absent from school for five school days in schools operating on a semester system and for ten days in schools not operating on a semester basis. A student may be ref...
Coaching approach defines and differentiates Michigan, Michigan State = There aren’t many clear-cut ways to sift through the elite of elites in college football. Essentially, a recruit’s choice to (not) attend a particular school boils down to the finest details. All the major programs have.....