Nature Human Behaviour: Rogers, T. & Feller, A. (2018). Reducing Student Absences at Scale by Targeting Parents’ Misbeliefs
San Mateo County, California: Robinson, C., Lee, M. G., Dearing, E., & Rogers, T. (Working Paper): Reducing Student Absenteeism in the Early Grades by Targeting Parental Beliefs
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EqualEd "To curb chronic absence, schools treat parents as partners
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Los Angeles Times "How L.A. Unified could reduce absenteeism, if it listens to outside advisors"
Chalk Beat "As districts across the country try to drive down absenteeism, New York City leads the way"
Los Angeles Times "Getting serious about student absenteeism at L.A. Unified"
Seattle Times "Is your kid absent more than classmates? School ‘nudge’ letters tell parents just how much"
Business Insider "17 cities across the US have discovered a clever way to lower student absence rates"
The Hechinger Report "Sending parents useful information about attendance, course progress has big effects, social scientists find"