Disparities library item detail

TitleChronic Absenteeism in the Nation's Schools
URLOpen link       Open in new window
PublisherUnited States Department of Education
DateJanuary 2019
DescriptionStudents who are chronically absent—meaning they miss at least 15 days of school in a year—are at serious risk of falling behind in school. Yet, few states report information about chronic absenteeism. New data illuminates the extent of chronic absenteeism, providing information about who is chronically absent, at what grade levels chronic absenteeism tends to occur, and how chronic absenteeism compares community-by-community and state-by-state.
Filed inDisparities > Education, Education > Student learning
TopicsDisparities, Education
Added03/29/2017 03:24pm
Updated01/23/2023 04:14pm

Make a recommendation

Have you read a recently published report or discovered a useful web site on this topic? Let us know and we will add it to our collection.

North Dakota Compass

Center for Social Research
North Dakota State University

Compass created by:
Wilder Research

© 2024. All rights reserved.