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In California, One Out of Ten Schools Have High Levels of Chronic Absence

May 16, 2018

In California, One Out of Ten Schools Have High Levels of Chronic Absence
A new analysis of state data shows that while chronic absence affects nearly all schools in California, it is also heavily concentrated.  Nearly one out of ten traditional public schools in California, or 822 schools, had high levels of chronic absence that affect 20 percent or more of their students.  At such high levels, all students in the classroom are potentially affected when teachers have to deal with the churn of sporadic attendance.

Moving from Serving Youth to Engaging Youth

March 08, 2018

Moving from Serving Youth to Engaging Youth: Youth-led Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Interventions in UC CalFresh Nutrition Education
March 2018

The Struggle for Water Justice

February 07, 2018

The Struggle for Water Justice: Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities in California's San Joaquin Valley
February 2018