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The Relationship Between Problems in Student-Teacher Interaction and Chronic Absenteeism: An Examination of American Indian Kindergarteners in Tulsa Public Schools
(Georgetown University, 2017)
Compared to all other racial and ethnic groups in the nation’s public school system, American Indians are the most likely to be chronically absent, defined as missing three or more weeks of school during an academic year. ...
Schools in Sanctuary Cities: Do Sanctuary City Policies Diminish Chronic Absenteeism Among Immigrant Children?
(Georgetown University, 2019)
Local immigration enforcement is associated with myriad negative socioeconomic, health, and education outcomes for immigrant children and families. While anecdotal evidence shows that local enforcement also negatively ...