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Parents face higher fines for school absences as part of attendance drive

  • Fines for unauthorised school absences are increasing in England, with penalties rising to £80-£160 within 21-28 days.
  • In an effort to improve attendance rates, a national framework will be implemented in schools to address inconsistencies in the use of fines.
  • The government is increasing fines for parents taking their children out of school without permission, aiming to reduce persistent absence.
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