Join us for the final Attendance Awareness Campaign 2017 webinar as we discuss Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence, a new brief from Attendance Works and the Everyone Graduates Center.
Co-authors Hedy Chang and Robert Balfanz will highlight key findings from their national and state analysis of how many schools face high levels of chronic absence and discuss the implications for state and local action.
Presenters will share inspiring examples of how their communities reduced chronic absence, even when it reached high levels in a school, district or particular student population. These insights are even more important as a growing number of states adopt chronic absence into their accountability systems for school improvement.
Download Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence, executive summary, state-by-state chronic absence data charts and Profiles of 11 communities that have seen success reducing chronic absence, especially in schools with high levels. Consider spreading the word about the report with our messaging materials for Facebook, Twitter or your newsletters.
Our presenters for this webinar: Alicia Lara, United Way Worldwide; Robert Balfanz, Everyone Graduates Center, Johns Hopkins University; District Leaders including Lorri Hobson, Cleveland Public Schools; Ramona Halcomb and Robin Shobe, Oregon Department of Education; Carrie Zimbrick, Willamina School District; and Hedy Chang, Attendance Works. Register Today!
Please Note: We are likely to exceed the webinar room capacity of 500! Please note that once you register you will receive the webinar recording, PowerPoint slides and other materials whether you attend or not. You might consider organizing a separate session to watch with a group using the recording and discussion guide. Guests are welcome to log in 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the webinar.