Chronic Absenteeism: Troubling Trends and Promising Practices

Discusses how State and Local Education Agencies (SEAs and LEAs) can address chronic absenteeism by examining current data trends in their states and providing examples of promising practices which they’ve implemented to address the root causes of chronic absenteeism.

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Student Engagement and Attendance Technical Assistance Center (SEAC)
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