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cut class

To intentionally miss class, usually to pursue some other activity. I can't possibly sit through another lecture today, so let's just cut class and go to the beach.
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cut class

 and cut school
to skip a school class or a day of school without an excuse. As a joke, one day all the students cut their math class and went to lunch. Jane was grounded after she cut school last Friday.
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cut class

Absent oneself from a class or other, usually mandatory event, as in If he cuts one more class he'll fail the course. [Late 1700s]
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It also finds that the effect of cutting class sizes is around 48 per cent larger for boys whose mothers did not go into further or higher education than girls, and that weaker pupils benefit more.
Last month, MSPs called for a standards probe into claims Alex Salmond misled parliament about cutting class sizes.
Over the last 10 years we have invested in cutting class sizes and expanding the workforce with 38,900 more teachers and over 100,000 more teaching assistants.
Prof Wiliam, deputy director of the Institute of Education in London, said cutting class sizes was not worth the expense for all but the very youngest pupils.
Students cutting class to head to the mall may want to consider how they're going to get there now that states are linking attendance to driving privileges.
Let's not throw out the whole idea of cutting class sizes, just because we can't afford to cut them far enough.
The First Minister said falling school intakes - which prompted proposals for a massive education shake-up in Cardiff - would not be solved by cutting class sizes.
Amanda McWorter, 13, and Jonathan Ewart, 12, classmates at Placerita Junior High School in Valencia, are cutting class to take the stage at the Pantages in ``Evita.
The students gave various reasons for cutting class, including that they didn't know the material, they felt like they wouldn't pass anyway, they couldn't read a particular book because it was too hard, they lost a week (due to illness) and they were behind and a teacher would kill them if they didn't have their homework done," Shipps says.
New Labour WILL care for more sick by cutting NHS red tape and care for more children by cutting class sizes to 30 or under for all 5, 6 and 7 year olds.
Thus, despite the new budgetary restrictions, the school's board continued to dole out pay hikes to administrators--while cutting class sections and reducing student services.
By integrating state standards and high-stakes exam skills into their day-to-day lessons, teachers can help their students perform well on those tests as a part of the learning process, rather than cutting class time to do test preparation at the end of each term.
The government have become obsessed with cutting class sizes.
The Scottish Government said an agreement on cutting class sizes had been reached as part of a package in the recent deal signed with local government body Cosla.
A motion on cutting class sizes to be debated at the conference demands a ballot on "a rolling and escalating programme of industrial action, up to and including strike action".