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The Best Resources On Student Absenteeism

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Earlier today, I wrote about new research on school attendance. I’ve decided to to use some of the information in that post and add more resources for a “Best” list on the topic.

Here are The Best Resources On Student Absenteeism:

Statistic Of The Day: Many Students Are Chronically Absent is the post I wrote earlier today.

The Government Says Chronic School Absenteeism Is a Crisis. What Can We Do About It? is from Slate.

What One District’s Data Mining Did For Chronic Absence is from NPR.

A look at chronic absenteeism across America is from The Associated Press.

Not All School Attendance Data Are Created Equal is from Ed Week.

The Relentless Nature of Improving Daily Attendance is also from Ed Week.

Chronic Absenteeism Is a Huge Problem. The Obama Administration Thinks It Can Fix It. is from Slate.

New Report Reveals How to Keep School Attendance, Enthusiasm High in June is from Ed Week.

Chronic Absences Hinder Young Learners is from The Atlantic.

California’s schools will soon be on the hook for things like suspensions, attendance and graduation rates is from The L.A. Times.

Study Finds That Rewards For School Attendance Make Things Worse

Here’s How We Keep Kids in School and Stop Chronic Absenteeism is from Education Post.

Researchers Find – Once Again – That Extrinsic Motivation Doesn’t Work

A New School Year Brings Renewed Focus On Attendance is from NPR.

Which School Districts Struggle Most With Chronically Absent Students? is from Ed Week.

The Long-Term Consequences of Missing School is from The Atlantic.

Large Sacramento County school districts face absenteeism challenges is from The Sacramento Bee.

California students with highest chronic absentee rates concentrated in 14 districts is from Ed Source.

American schools have a chronic absentee problem is from The Washington Post.

5 Reasons Schools Should Measure Chronic Absence is from NPR.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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