New Report: Critical Importance of Addressing Chronic Absence in the Early Grade
Posted by on November 10, 2008
Present, Engaged and Accounted for: The Critical Importance of Addressing Chronic Absence in the Early Grade. This report seeks to raise awareness of the critical importance of chronic early absence, synthesize available data on the scope of the challenge, and share emerging insights about how schools and communities can use chronic early absence to identify and address challenges affecting the social, educational and physical well-being of children and their families before problems become intractable. Released by the National Center for Children in Poverty and the Annie Casey Foundation. Details: http://www.nccp.org/publications/pub_837.html
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