cut class

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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My most beloved professors let me cut class, I reflexively told Philippine Law Register interviewer Roy Necesario.
Fifteen-year-old Nimr Abu Ammar had cut class to join his uncles at the construction site of the new Israeli border fence with Egypt.
They cut class sizes, created millions of jobs and introduced a minimum wage.
She said her priorities going into the Assembly election would be to cut class sizes, increase funding for the Welsh Pupil Premium and protect the education budget.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats' number one priority for this election will be to cut class sizes so that teachers are given the time to deliver a greateducation for our children.
YOU are appalled over the shortage of 5,000 teachers and the Tories' broken promise to cut class sizes.
Reaching an agreement to increments and to cut class sizes for students in primary grades, the Bellflower school board has accepted a new deal with the teachers union.
The pic made a brief appearance in theaters last month, then quickly cut class, but could be rediscovered years from now as an early resume-builder for some of its cast.
The ministry yesterday issued warning letters to parents after it found that 134 students have cut class in the last two weeks.
THE SNP government sparked fury yesterday when they claimed they had "exceeded" their target to cut class sizes.
Putting "fairness" at the centre of their agenda, the Lib Dems also pledged to cut class sizes in schools; introduce a Au2 billion banking levy to pay for the bailout; lower the voting age to 16; and set a course for 100% of electricity generation from renewable sources by 2050.
The Government's 1997 promise to cut class sizes below 30 for the city's five, six and seven-year-olds is a positive step in the drive to raise educational standards.
Promises to cut class sizes and put an extra 1000 police officers on the street turned out to be pie in the sky.
Whilst we continue to cut class sizes, what is crucial is the quality of teaching and we want children to get more personal attention whether they are taught individually, in groups or as a whole class.
Closures and mergers are a potential income source for education and the Welsh Assembly Government wants to cut class sizes," Mr Evans said.