Chapter 1: The Problem and Its Scope
“Reasons of Students Tardiness”
Tardiness can be broadly defined as missing time over the course of a school day. Many students becomes tardy because of their habits such us playing online games,using cellphones, and other goes everywhere together with their friends, that's why they lose their interest in coming to school. Others are tired of going in school because of financial and family problems, some of them are assigned to their younger brothers and sisters or assigned by their parents of the house works,transportation issues and using computers at night.,that’s why students get are getting tired in coming to school. The appearance of large numbers outside the Discipline office in the morning, signifying the failure of these students to arrive on time for school and the apparent lack of self-regulation. They also interrupt those busy teachers who are not able on guiding students in their remedial because they have something to do their school-works such as grades of the students, lessons, etc. And Based on (http://www.studymode.com/essays/Thesis-001-46592313.html), In a 1999-2000 survey, student tardiness and absenteeism were reported as problems by about 30 percent of public school principals, at 32 percent and 29 percent, respectively much higher than vandalism, theft, or student possession of weapons, at 6 percent, 4 percent, and 1 percent. And according to http://www.mvrhs.org/administration/policies/attendance-and-tardiness/ Students who enter the high school after the time designated to begin the regular school day are considered tardy to school. Students tardy to school must report to the front office for an admission slip. Students who are tardy for any reason except funeral, verified appointments, court, special programs, weather emergencies, morning return from off-island travel or college interviews are considered to be tardy for an unexcused reason. Tardies may be excused for documented...
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