Publication Mars 2023
"I don't want to gp. I just can't do it anymore." "My stomach hurts, and I'm afraid of throwing up." "It sucks. What's the point." "I'm tired. I need a break. "I'm just fine where I am, in my room."
Since the health crisis, Thierry Delcourt has observed a considerable increase in children who cannot or no longer want to go to school, not only for problems of violence, racketeering and bullying, but rather for much more troubling reasons-hostility, laziness, convenience or opportunism. According to the author, who has cross-checked data from National Education and the CNED, absenteeism at school has increased by 10% over the last 3 years.
This book aims to enlighten anxious parents, disoriented teachers, and psychologists who are overwhelmed by these situations, and to provide an approach to understand and overcome these obstacles that lead to school dropout and, in the long run, to school failure. Each chapter refers to a particular situation, analyzes the reason for it and then offers advice on how to combat this scourge.