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National Center for Children in Poverty

This applied research project, supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, sought to explore the prevalence, consequences, potential contributing factors and possible responses to chronic absence in grades K-3. To deepen understanding of the issue, this project supported new analysis of national and local data on student attendance patterns, a review of relevant literature, and interviews with practitioners, researchers, and funders about promising practices and programs. The National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) analyzed national data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Cohort (ECLS-K), to assess impact, prevalence and risk factors for chronic early absence. Annie E. Casey Foundation staff and consultants worked with the Urban Institute, the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership, the National Center for School Engagement, and Metis Associates to examine early absenteeism patterns in nine, mostly urban, localities by grade and for particular populations. This summary presents the findings as to why chronic early absence matters, what contributes to its prevalence, and implications for action. (Contains 2 endnotes.) [For the "Present, Engaged, and Accounted for: The Critical Importance of Addressing Chronic Absence in the Early Grades. Report", see ED522725.]

Descriptors: Incidence, Attendance Patterns, Attendance, Average Daily Attendance, Interviews, Content Analysis, Position Papers, Literature Reviews, Performance Factors, Etiology, Longitudinal Studies, Data Analysis, At Risk Students, Early Childhood Education

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Autor: Chang, Hedy N.; Romero, Mariajose

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=6262&id=ED522727







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