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Exploratory Attendance Policies Students who attend colleges and universities such as The University of North Carolina at Charlotte are sometimes faced with classes that enforce strict attendance policies Students enrolled in these courses may have up to a maximum number of absences before points are deducted from his or her grade Although most classes at UNCC do not have these policies the ones that do have caused different people related to this issue to have contrasting opinions Attendance policies that use point deductions as a result of absences can cause a students grade to suffer severely Many of the policies only allow one to three days missed before penalty This makes it difficult for students to take off days of school for vacation or illness Some teachers count attendance as part of a daily grade although some subtract points off of final averages Even if a student is able to miss numerous days and still maintain an A average for the class his or her grade will still drop because of the attendance policy This has caused many students to question the importance of these policies Since preschool it is a general rule that students are supposed to attend class daily but should an adult college student be able to skip class if he or she desires to do so This issue has caused students teachers and parents to be concerned Most college students I believe think that attending a college or a university is a choice and that they should have the right to miss class without penalty Students tend to think that a certain freedom comes with choosing to attend college escaping the daily roll calls of high school classes When a high school graduate comes to college and expects such an unrestricted atmosphere it can be very discouraging to find that their new courses are enforcing attendance policies Students know that the teachers are getting paid whether there are
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