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September, 2016

Superintendent Round-up: Chronic Absenteeism

This week we’re featuring five articles from around the web on one topic. Our topic this week is chronic absenteeism.

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September, 2016

The Effects of Chronic Absenteeism

When you think of problems in our schools, what comes to mind? Bullying? Funding? Standardized Testing? All of these are important and popular to discuss but one that is not talked about much and needs more attention is: Chronic Absenteeism.

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June, 2016

What is Chronic Absenteeism and Why It Matters in 2016

Last week, the U.S. Department of Education released a new report on chronic absenteeism derived from the 2013-2014 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) survey. The survey examined 95,000 schools across the nation to unveil the striking number of students who are chronically absent each year. By shedding light on this truth, the Department of Education […]

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November, 2015

Reducing Chronic Absenteeism with Positive Behavior Reinforcement

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Education launched an initiative to eliminate chronic absenteeism in U.S. schools. With a goal to take “immediate action to address and eliminate chronic absenteeism by at least 10 percent each year, beginning in the current school year,” schools are likely wondering what resources are available to help them […]

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