Chronic Absenteeism as it relates to student success
Organizational Author(s): Education Commission of the States
Education Commission of the States developed a Policy Analysis, Chronic Absenteeism: A key indicator of student success, discusses chronic absenteeism as it relates to student success.
Key Takeaway: Chronic absenteeism is most prevalent among students in poverty, students with disabilities, students of color, students who are mobile and students who are involved in the juvenile justice system.
In a featured video, Education Commission of the States President Jeremy Anderson provides a brief overview of chronic absenteeism.