• November 2016: Attendance Awareness All Year Long
  • June 2016: First National Chronic Absence Data from US Education Department
  • April 2016: New Toolkit Provides Strategies for Preschoolers
  • December 2015: Chronic Absence Now A Metric in Federal Law
  • October 2015 : Federal Leaders Announce Nationwide Chronic Absence Initiative
  • June 2015: Partnerships for Attendance, Health and Learning
  • March 2015; New Toolkit for Principals
  • December 2014: Looking Forward to 2015, New Reports
  • October 2014: New Map Highlights District Data Crunching
  • July 2014: September Attendance Predicts Year-long Trend
  • March 2014: Count Us In (Again!) For Attendance Awareness Month
  • December 2013: New Research on Chronic Absenteeism
  • October 2013: Attendance Awareness Month a National Success
  • July 2013: Communities Across the Country Join Attendance Awareness Month Effort
  • March 2013: Join Us for Attendance Awareness Month
  • December 2012: NAEP Study Connects Absences, Poor Tests Results
  • October 2012: Superintendents Help Deliver the Message on Attendance
  • June 2012: Chronic Absence Breakthroughs around the Nation
  • March 2012: PreK, K Absences Foretell Trouble Ahead; Head Start Students Shine
  • December 2011: Using Data Tools, Volunteers and Policy to Combat Absenteeism
  • October 2011: Tackling health-related absences
  • August 2011: Absences in early grades can erode school readiness
  • June 2011: Focus on city leaders, release of Toolkit for City Leaders
  • April 2011: Federal policy recommendations: on the re-authorization of No Child Left Behind.
  • February 2011: The importance of data: Maryland analysis and the Data Quality Campaign
  • January 2011: Announcing our new name and goals for 2011