"Attendance and Chronic Absenteeism in Indiana: The Impact on Student Achievement"
A high average daily attendance can mask chronic absenteeism in a small group of students, concludes a
The state’s aggregate average-daily-attendance rate from the 2003-04 to the 2009-10 school years was 96 percent, but a significant portion of students missed 10 percent of school or more: 6.35 percent in kindergarten through 2nd grade, 3.6 percent in grades 3-5, 7.39 percent in middle school, and nearly 15 percent in high school.
Those with higher attendance had significantly higher scores on state mathematics tests every year they were tested.
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