Hallam, Susan; Rogers, Lynne and Shaw, Jacqueline (2004). Improving children's behaviour and attendance through the use of parenting programmes: an examination of good practice. Department for Education and Skills, London, UK.Full text available as:
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There is powerful evidence that attendance at school and academic performance are positively related and that those who are excluded and do not attend school regularly, whatever the reasons, are more likely to become involved in crime. Recently, much emphasis has been put on the role that parents can play in improving the attendance and behaviour of their children. The Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 introduced new powers for Local Education Authorities (LEAs) to apply for a parenting order to help address children's behaviour in school. This court order compels a parent to attend a parenting programme and to fulfil other requirements as determined necessary by the court for improving their child's behaviour.
|Academic Unit/Department:||Social Sciences > Psychology in the Social Sciences
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|Date Deposited:||07 Jul 2006|
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