A recap of the 2021 summit 'Unlearning Attendance' by Pivot Attendance Solutions.
'Texting parents to reduce chronic absence using an evidence-based approach', by Kurki & colleagues, American Institutes for Research.
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A study of social media use, gaming, and loneliness, among youths with a school attendance problem.
A qualitative study of home-schooling, adaptation to an online education environment, and the challenges for families and schools.
A study of academic achievement according to reasons for absenteeism, with implications for tailoring absenteeism interventions to improve achievement.
Alcohol and drug use as factors for absenteeism among adolescents. Absenteeism may also occur when youths do not have a specific role in a 'school peer education programme'.
A new study of youths' voices, helping us understand why adolescents refuse to go to school and what they want to express through this.
An exploration of the ways youths experience school exclusion. Rick Murphy's article offes recommendations for professionals in educational settings.
A Dutch team gathered views of professionals, youths, and parents about intervention for school refusal, yielding 14 signposts for developing and delivering intervention.
Just three weeks until the 2022 INSA Conference in the Netherlands. Check out the full program now on the conference website, registrations still open.
'Unlearning school attendance', a new paper from Christopher Kearney and Carolina Gonzalvez, free access below.