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 suggests nearly 16 million students, about one-third, were chronically absent last year. That's double pre-pandemic numbers. That means up to 3.3 million 8th–12th graders are at-risk of dropping out.
To support district leaders as they grapple with this reality, EveryDay Labs hosted its second national summit on student attendance and engagement. During the course of the summit, we examined what attendance and engagement mean in the context of a system reshaped by the pandemic. We shared what’s working in school districts and built on existing practices to author a story of attendance and engagement.
Presented by Pam Allyn, founder and CEO, Dewey
In this keynote, Pam:
Presented by Hedy N. Chang, Executive Director and President, Attendance Works
In this keynote, Hedy shares:
Presented by Phyllis W. Jordan, Associate Director of FutureEd; Dr. Derek Little, Deputy Chief of Teaching and Learning, Dallas ISD
In this keynote, Phyllis and Derek share:
Presented by Chelsea Montgomery, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services, Atlanta Public Schools
In this keynote, Chelsea shares:
Presented by Shelneka A. Adams, Child Welfare & Attendance Liaison, Louisiana Department of Education
In this keynote, Shelneka shares: