National Education Welfare Board research found more than 31,400 primary students miss school daily.
What does NEWB stand for?
NEWB stands for National Education Welfare Board (est. 2002; Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Shocking new figures obtained by this newspaper show that already this year the National Education Welfare Board has issued 142 legal proceedings against parents whose kids have missed huge chunks, if not all, of the school year.
We have been talking to the National Education Welfare Board so we are hopeful we can help influence policy at a national level and share our successes.
Her son has had only two shorts spells of tuition in the past 18 months, both organised by the National Education Welfare Board .
Judge James McDonnell slammed the National Education Welfare Board for the delay in bringing the case to court.
She has been prosecuted in one of the first oases of its kind by the National Education Welfare Board.
Michael Doyle from the National Education Welfare Board said: "The problem does seem to be escalating and what we are seeing now is bullying through a number of different mediums.
The National Education Welfare Board has already sent school attendance notices - the first step towards court action - to more than 20 parents for serious attendance breaches.