This report by details the efforts undertaken by the task force to combat chronic absenteeism in New York City between 2010 and 2013. It examines the extent and nature of chronic absenteeism in New York City in schools with above average rates of chronic absenteeism. It investigates the impact of entering and exiting chronic absenteeism on academic outcomes. Finally, it examines the impact of the task force’s chronic absenteeism prevention and intervention programs on reducing chronic absenteeism and increasing school attendance – and what that means for other cities.
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Meeting the Challenge of Combating Chronic Absenteeism: Impact of the NYC Mayor’s Interagency Task Force on Chronic Absenteeism and School Attendance and Its Implications for Other Cities
Categories: School Structures and Supports, Advisory/Guidance, School Environment/Social Emotional Learning, Attendance, Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy, Reading Assessments, Math, Math Assessments, Data Collection and Monitoring, Collecting Data, Analyzing Data, Student Data Tracking, Early Warning Systems and Drop-Out Prevention, Identifying At Risk Students, Investigating Root Cause, Matching Students with Supports and Interventions, Monitoring Progress
Indicator area: Attendance
Source: Johns Hopkins University School of Education and the Everybody Graduates Center