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One-Page Pitch: How Attendance Letters Improve Absenteesim

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Erin Werra Erin Werra Edtech Thought Leader
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The Advancing K12 One-Page Pitch Series aims to help team members lead from within. We’ll package up big topics into a comprehensive, concise pitch ready to deliver to stakeholders. 

This month we are exploring attendance letters. While the pandemic revealed a few paths to improvement in different K12 sectors, kids are still struggling to attend school for various reasons. One reason may be that grown-ups don’t understand how easy it is to slip into chronic absenteeism.

An average of just two absences a month can make a student chronically absent!

Luckily there is a proven psychology behind communicating absenteeism risks with parents, and even better: it can be automated! Learn the psychology behind how to make letters most effective and why they work, then explore how easy it can be to automate the process.
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