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Identifying the Determinants of Chronic Absenteeism: A Bioecological Systems Approach


by Michael A. Gottfried & Kevin A. Gee — 2017


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 119 Number 7, 2017, p. 1-34
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21802, Date Accessed: 12/12/2017 4:57:56 PM
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  • Michael Gottfried
    University of California Santa Barbara
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    MICHAEL A. GOTTFRIED is an associate professor in the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California Santa Barbara. His research interests are grounded in educational policy and the economics of education. He has focused extensively on issues pertaining to truancy and absenteeism. Recent articles pertaining to this area include: “Chronic Absenteeism in the Classroom Context” (Urban Education, in press); “Can Center-Based Childcare Reduce the Odds of Early Chronic Absenteeism?” (Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2015).
  • Kevin Gee
    University of California, Davis
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    KEVIN A. GEE is assistant professor of education in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis and researches the impact of school-based health policies and programs on children's outcomes. He also investigates how school policies and programs can help promote the well-being and educational outcomes of children who face a broad array of adverse conditions and experiences including school bullying, food insecurity, and abuse and neglect. Dr. Gee specializes in the use of applied quantitative methods in evaluation including quasiexperimental methods and multilevel modeling. In his recent Journal of Adolescent Health article, “School-Based Body Mass Index Screening and Parental Notification in Late Adolescence: Evidence from Arkansas’s Act 1220,” he examines the effectiveness of a school-based body mass index (BMI) screening and parental notification policy on adolescent obesity.
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