Understand And Address The Rise Of Chronic Absenteeism With Evidence-Based Solutions

This brief aims to provide a synthesis of what we know about the district and school challenges of post-pandemic chronic absenteeism, and what can be done to meet them. It further analyzes existing federal and state data on chronic absenteeism, shows variation across states on key metrics, and examines the evidence-base on what has proven effective in reducing it.

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Everyone Graduates Center, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University
Year Resource Released
2024

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