One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance

One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance

by Avery Faehling
Avery Faehling Avery Faehling Pitchmaster
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The One-Page Pitch series aims to help team members lead from within. We’ll package up big topics into comprehensive, concise pitches ready to deliver to stakeholders. 

This month we are exploring positive attendance. Positive attendance flips traditional attendance on its head. It saves valuable time for teachers by giving students the responsibility of checking into class, thus taking attendance off teachers’ plates altogether. It not only empowers students, but also provides an added layer of safety, since students’ true whereabouts are accounted for throughout the day.
 

 
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