Attendance Matters!

 

Sponsored by NTACT Pat Halle, Senior Fellow with Attendance Works shares strategies to improve school attendance. Learn how effective school teams can identify and remove attendance barriers. Pat also shares information on student-directed meetings, self-advocacy and increasing access to after school programs improve attendance.

 

LIVE EVENT:  March 30, 2017  Recording Available
ONLINE CHAT WITH PAT:  March 30 – April 13, 2017

 

Download resources for this Webinar below
  • School Completion Resources

  • Strategies to Improve School Attendance for Transition-aged Youth

  • Absence and Attendance Training workshop

  • Team Planning Guiding Questions NTACT Webinar

  • School Self-Assessment Survey

  • Designing a Local Project to Advance Inclusive Practices in Out of School Time Programs

  • Attendance Works, Hypothesis Development Worksheet

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    Allison Unruh
    4 years ago

    Hi Pat – I’m looking forward to the presentation. We have a group in my school ready to address attendance issues – what should we do first? Which of your resources might be most helpful?

    Dana Lattin
    Dana Lattin
    4 years ago
    Reply to  Allison Unruh

    Hi Allison – thanks for your question! It’s often difficult to figure out where to start. Pat has listed the School Self-Assessment Survey above that might be helpful.

    Pat Halle
    Pat Halle
    4 years ago
    Reply to  Allison Unruh

    Allison- This is Pat Halle. You can look over the materials that are now on line called “Team Planning Guiding Questions.” Feel free to reach out again.

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