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Engaging the community

The community can play a significant role in helping schools improve their attendance. Chambers of Commerce, shopping centres, local government, local police, railway and bus stations, small businesses, libraries and agencies such as the local Police Citizens' Youth Club are all in a position to influence the culture of the community regarding student attendance at school.

Schools can work in partnership with their communities by:

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This page was last reviewed on 06 Sep 2013 at 02:35PM

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