Publications

Challenge 5 Disruptive Change Strategies for Change Making The Grand Rapids Story of Reducing Chronic Absenteeism
For many years, the problem of chronic absenteeism went unnoticed, flying under the achievement gap radar. Historically adopted measures such as “average daily attendance,” required by the state and federal education reporting entities largely masked the problem. This gave school districts inadequate metrics and therefore a false sense of success by glossing over, in some cases, a third of the population of students missing too much school. Now there is Challenge 5.
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Project LIFT Parent Skills and Information Asymmetries: Experimental Evidence from Home Visits and Text Messages in Middle and High Schools
Bergman, Peter, Edmond-Verley, Chana, Notario-Risk, Nicole. (2016) "Parent Skills and Information Asymmetries: Experimental Evidence from Home Visits and Text Messages in Middle and High Schools." New York: Teachers College, Columbia University
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Imagine U Imagine U: a comprehensive, strategic model for sustainable change
Chaná Edmond-Verley. Believe 2 Become. August 2016.
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