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Collaborative learning communities can change student outcomes.

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April 7, 2021

Leveraging Funding Streams to Improve Attendance

A breakdown of how to leverage federal funding streams to engage students and families and improve attendance.
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April 5, 2021

EveryDay Q&A with Jennifer Kretschman, MTSS Director, Sacramento City Unified School District

Jennifer Kretschman, MTSS Director at Sacramento Unified School District, provides a look at how SUSD plans to rebuild positive attendance habits and engage students and families to overcome learning loss.
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December 11, 2020

Improving Student Outcomes One Call at a Time

Attendance changes student outcomes. But when families are faced with losing electricity, food scarcity, job loss, and more, their child’s attendance might not be top of mind. Here’s how one attendance intervention became an indispensable resource to families in need.
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February 20, 2020

Omaha Public Schools is On a Mission: “Every Student. Every Day. Prepared for Success.”

We sat down with Omaha Public Schools to learn more about their comprehensive approach to attendance. Learn some key insights gained from their attendance initiative.
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August 6, 2020

Moving Learning Forward Through Family Engagement

A write-up of our webinar featuring Dr. Karen L. Mapp that examines the evolution of family-school partnerships as a result of COVID-19 and national calls to rethink education in response to a long history of systemic racial inequality.
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