The Collaborative spotlights the innovative Learner Engagement and Attendance Program being leveraged in 15 Connecticut school districts to address chronic absenteeism, help families tackle obstacles to schooling following the pandemic, and ultimately get kids re-engaged in learning.
Addressing Chronic Absenteeism in Schools: Connecticut’s Learner Engagement and Attendance Program
About the Collaborative for Student Success
At our core, we believe leaders at all levels have a role to play in ensuring success for K-12 students. From ensuring schools and teachers are equipped with the best materials to spotlighting the innovative and bold ways federal recovery dollars are being used to drive needed changes, the Collaborative for Student Success aims to inform and amplify policies making a difference for students and families.
To recover from the most disruptive event in the history of American public schools, states and districts are leveraging unprecedented resources to make sure classrooms are safe for learning, providing students and teachers with the high-quality instructional materials they deserve, and are rethinking how best to measure learning so supports are targeted where they’re needed most.