Did you know that students with disabilities are among those most frequently absent from school at every grade level? Typically, these children are also the ones who most need the supports and resources that schools provide. 

While we shift our focus to increased accountability for chronic absenteeism, we want to make sure that new policies and practices don't punish or blame students with disabilities and their families.

In the fourth blog in our series highlighting attendance-related issues that are emerging as states work through the complexities of implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act, we've gathered eight simple approaches that administrators, principals and teachers can take to support students with disabilities and their families and that can boost attendance.

Find out more on our blog.  

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