Ways to Handle Student Absences in Remote Teaching & When We’re Back in School is a series at my Ed Week column.
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.
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 Absences Hinder Young Learners is from The Atlantic.
Here’s How We Keep Kids in School and Stop Chronic Absenteeism is from Education Post.
A New School Year Brings Renewed Focus On Attendance is from NPR.
The Long-Term Consequences of Missing School is from The Atlantic.
Large Sacramento County school districts face absenteeism challenges is from The Sacramento Bee.
American schools have a chronic absentee problem is from The Washington Post.
5 Reasons Schools Should Measure Chronic Absence is from NPR.
Breaking Down the Myths That Lead Young Students to Miss School is from Ed Week.
The problem with rewarding perfect school attendance is from The Washington Post.
What Research Tells Us about Poor Attendance at School is from The American Educator.
ATTENDANCE PLAYBOOK: SMART SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM is from Future Ed.
Sending personalised letters or texts to parents can help improve attendance, but wider evidence on how to reduce absenteeism is weak. is from The Education Research Foundation.
DISTRICT STRATEGIES TO REDUCE STUDENT ABSENTEEISM is from Annenberg.
Attendance Is An Essential Ingredient for Educational Equity is from The Learning Policy Institute.
Addressing Chronic Absenteeism in Schools: A Meta-Analysis of Evidence-Based Interventions is a bit of a depressing study which basically found that no interventions worked.