The International Network for School Attendance (INSA) exists for all who wish to promote school attendance and respond to absenteeism. It compiles, generates, evaluates, and disseminates information and assessment and intervention strategies.
Whether you’re an academic who'd like to share research, a practitioner looking for successful interventions, or a policymaker keen to link up with colleagues in other countries, INSA is here for you.
A wealth of information is shared via this website. Contribute via our contact page. INSA membership is only 70 EUR per year, with access to videos, the Discussion Forum to consult with others around the world, the INStAnt! newsletter, and conference discounts.
Catriona O'Toole (Ireland), increasing trauma-informed responses to support youths' wellbeing & attendance. She'll speak at INSA'S CONFERENCE, early bird fee until May 31.
A qualitative study captures the voices of parents and teachers, highlighting how open communication between home and school protects against school exclusion.