Our data experts proactively enroll families in the program as their students become at risk of being academically off track due to chronic absenteeism.
We send nudges by text and mail that help families better understand their children’s attendance, are written to be accessible for all families, and provide actionable information through tested messaging.
The evidence-based outreach cadence is customized to engage families at the most important moments on your academic calendar.
Data shows that 2.7 times as many students are on track to be chronically absent compared to prior to the pandemic. In correlation, math and reading achievement are plummeting across the country, putting millions of students off track and at risk of dropping out.
To reckon with the implications of this national crisis, EveryDay Labs hosted a first-of-its-kind summit on student absenteeism with the goal of raising attendance in districts across the nation. Through the course of the summit, district leaders had the opportunity to learn from both leading experts and their fellow educators while collaborating on improvement plans.
Presented by Hedy N. Chang, Executive Director & President at Attendance Works
In this keynote, Hedy N. Chang:
Presented by Phyllis W. Jordan, Associate Director at FutureEd
In this keynote, Phyllis W. Jordan:
Presented by Dr. Karen L. Mapp, Senior Lecturer on Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education
In this keynote, Dr. Karen L. Mapp:
Presented by Pam Allyn, Author, Speaker, Founder & CEO of Dewey Community & Dr. Ernest Morrell, Professor & Director of the Center for Literacy Education at the University of Notre Dame
In this keynote, Pam Allyn and Dr. Ernest Morrell:
A panel featuring Chelsea Montgomery, Executive Director of Student Services, Fulton County Schools; Sarah Peterson, Senior Director of Attendance, Research and Innovation, New York City Department of Education; Dr. Todd Rogers, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University; Cofounder, EveryDay Labs; and moderated by Dr. Nicole Bosworth, Senior Director of District Partnerships, EveryDay Labs.
A panel featuring featuring: Eric Bethel, Instructional Superintendent, District of Columbia Public Schools; Dr. Shadae Harris, Chief Engagement Officer, Richmond Public Schools; Derek Little, Dallas Independent School District, Deputy Chief of Teaching and Learning, Chelsea Montgomery, Executive Director, Office of Student Services, Fulton County Schools; Katie Casstevens, Administrative Supervisor, Department of Student Support Services, Austin Independent School District; and, moderated by Dr. Todd Rogers, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University; Cofounder, EveryDay Labs.