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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, Education, general, including:, *training, *pedagogy, 5.4 SOCIOLOGY, Social topics, Social issues
This study will investigative the factors that influence school non-attendance, in designated disadvantaged Irish primary schools (DEIS1). Currently, no comprehensive data exists on the factors contributing to the levels and types of non-attendance within the Irish context. Since 2003/2004, the National Educational Welfare Board (NEWB, Appendix A) the agency with responsibility for school attendance, has collected specific data on attendance levels and the frequency of non-attendance across all Irish schools. However, this does not provide information at the individual student level (NEWB, 2007).
Gurhy, AM., Perry, G. & Farrell, M. (2018)Factors Affecting Non-attendance in Irish Primary Schools and Reasons for Differences between Urban and Rural levels of Non-attendance, Study, Dublin Institute of Technology, 20118.