Most commonly, college staff used attendance and punctuality data on an on-going basis, either in weekly meetings or at regular high-level meetings with governors and senior leaders. Senior managers frequently used data, key performance indicators and targets to raise expectations for high attendance and punctuality. While this on-going monitoring is undoubtedly useful and important, too often managers and leaders missed the opportunity, at the end of the year, to link the data to the bigger picture of the overall performance of courses and the quality of teaching.
Parents play very importantly for ways to increase attendance. Parents are fast, knowledgeable, and can ensure that their children attend school regularly and over time. But there are many parents, especially in every state, who are not concerned with education and are at least afraid of going to college every day. I understand that the school into the school can have a positive effect on the participation of parents in the school
Thus, to get parents in school, without ongoing innovation and investment "learned" her "to learn about the activities and parents actively involved in the school. Also meeting the parents and teachers on a regular basis, as well as schools focus on conducting events and activities that are more interesting. To increase the involvement of parents, the school provides information early on to parents through SMS messages or the school magazine.