Two schools working to address chronic absenteeism

When it comes to enhancing student attendance, two educational leaders revealed their proactive strategies in a recent webinar. From assisting parents with bedtime routines for students to analyzing attendance data, they have implemented measures that are yielding tangible improvements in student attendance.

The webinar was organized by Attendance Works, the American Federation of School Administrators, the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

During the webinar, Victoria Simon, principal of Aberdeen Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Ryan Broderick, assistant principal of Bristol Central High School in Bristol, Connecticut, underscored the considerable progress they’ve witnessed despite ongoing recovery efforts post-pandemic in terms of attendance rates at their respective schools.

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