School refusal senate inquiry recommends national plan to boost students attendance, gather data

“We found all of our kids lost their confidence and ability to deal with peers, where things were bad before the lockdown they became 10-times worse upon returning to school,” Dell said.

Even on the days she did get her kids to school, some would arrive in tears, visibly upset and needing support from a teacher or wellbeing officer.

The report, released on Thursday, recommended education ministers develop a national action plan to tackle school refusal, to be undertaken by the Australian…

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