Here! for Their Future: Data Sources
by Ginsberg, Alan; Jordan, Phyllis; and Cheng, Hedy Year Published: 2014
Consistent attendance in kindergarten can help children reach early academic milestones and strengthen their social-emotional skills.
by Attendance Works Year Published: 2011
Students who attend school regularly are more likely to master reading by third grade, a key indicator of future academic success.
by Baltimore Education Research Consortium Year Published: 2011
Improved attendance in the early and middle grades strongly correlates with a student’s high school success — even more so than their test scores.
By the time a student completes sixth grade, consistent school attendance becomes the most accurate predictor of high school graduation and future success.
by Gottfried, Michael Year Published: 2017
Children who take the school bus to school have fewer absences and lower likelihoods of being chronically absent.
by Attendance Works; Healthy Schools Campaign Year Published: 2015
By ninth grade, regular attendance becomes a better indicator of a student’s chance of high-school graduation than their eighth-grade test scores.
by Epstein, Joyce; and Sheldon, Steven Year Published: 2002
Student attendance improves when families are welcome, supported, and understand what their children are learning in school.
by Bowen, Daniel; and Kasida, Brian Year Published: 2019
When a student enrolls in a visual arts, performing arts, or a music course, their school attendance also improves.
by Reeves, D. Year Published: 2008
Students who participated in extracurricular activities showed a significant decrease in absences as compared to the students who did not participate.
by Attendance Works Year Published: 2019
Consistent attendance is crucial for students to develop soft skills necessary for future educational and career success.