July 13, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education has referred to chronic absenteeism as a hidden educational crisis. That’s because chronic absenteeism, defined as 15 or more days missed in a school year, is actually a predictor for student learning outcomes, student success, and even well-being in adulthood.
COVID-19 has redefined classrooms, district resources are tight and teachers need to be laser-focused on instruction. Mobilizing families as a support system for engagement and attendance is more critical than ever.
In this recorded webinar, learn how to take a nuanced approach to understanding chronic absenteeism. Panelists will discuss actionable steps school and district leaders can take to manage chronic absenteeism across different learning scenarios as students return to school after the shelter in place orders.
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