Katie Eklund and colleagues report their meta-analysis of evidence-based interventions for chronic absenteeism.
A two-year postdoc position with Markus Klein & Edward Sosu, on the consequences of absenteeism for education and labour market outcomes.
Partners across the community can help schools & parents reduce absenteeism. Attendance Works developed resources for these partners.
Principals' views on strategies to reduce chronic absence. Communication and a positive school culture are effective.
A blog about a recent study showing the positive impact of neighborhood improvement programs on school attendance.
Jacquelin Rankine & colleagues interviewed 23 school nurses, identifiying actions to reduce chronic absenteeism and barriers to this work.
36 studies, 11 countries, the first wave of the pandemic; review reveals mental health symptoms (e.g., anxiety) and behaviors (e.g., higher screen time) among youths.
Bullying and absenteeism are explored using results from the global school-based health survey; the need to promote a friendly school atmosphere.
A story in 'edutopia' about trauma-responsive practices in the classroom, with tips for identifying classrooms signs of trauma.
'Sustain Collaborative' supports sustained, effective practices that promote equitable outcomes for students and educators. Check their resources.
As 2022 draws to a close, we wish the INSA community all the very best for a happy, safe, and restful festive season, and offer thanks for your support of INSA's Mission.
The research team from Fight for Life Foundation, USA was awarded best paper for their work on using machine learning to reveal factors underlying absenteeism.