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Chronic Absenteeism Report

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Author: 
Ann Curry Stevens
Connie Kim-Gervey
Chief Education Office Research Team
Year: 
2016
Type of Research: 
External Research
Publisher: 
Chief Education Office (Salem, OR)
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This report from Oregon's Chief Education Office combines analyses of chronic absence data with data drawn from 44 focus group interviews with parents and students. In 2013-14 20 percent of all students were found to be chronically absent. To reduce its chronic absence crisis, the report recommends that Oregon use culturally responsive practices, and address systemic barriers.