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Showing Up: Disparities in Chronic Absenteeism Between Students With and Without Disabilities in Traditional Public Schools


by Michael A. Gottfried, Leanna Stiefel, Amy Ellen Schwartz & Bryant Hopkins - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 8, 2019, p. 1-34
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22755, Date Accessed: 9/23/2020 3:54:59 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 UC Santa Barbara. His research interests pertain to attendance and truancy as well as students with disabilities. Recent publication: Gottfried, M.A. (2017). The role of attending center-based care for kindergarten-aged children with disabilities. Teachers College Record, 119(2), 1–37.
  • Leanna Stiefel
    New York University
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    LEANNA STIEFEL is professor of economics and education policy at NYU’s Wagner and Steinhardt Schools. Her current research focuses on urban education policy in areas such as small high school reforms, student mobility, and special education policy. Recent publication: Stiefel, L., Shiferaw, M., Schwartz, A. E., & Gottfried, M. (2018) Who feels included in school? Examining feelings of inclusion among students with disabilities, Educational Researcher, 47(2),105–120.
  • Amy Schwartz
    Syracuse University
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    AMY ELLEN SCHWARTZ is the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Professor of Public Affairs at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. Her interests span issues in education policy, urban economics, and public finance and her current research focuses on special education policy, student mobility, and the relationship between neighborhoods, schools, and child health and education outcomes. Article: Schwartz, A. E., Stiefel, L., & Rothbart, M. W. (2016). Do top dogs rule in middle school? Evidence on bullying, safety, and belonging. American Educational Research Journal, 53(5), 1450–1484.
  • Bryant Hopkins
    New York University
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    BRYANT HOPKINS is a doctoral candidate at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service. His current research focuses on urban education policy in areas including teacher mobility and special education policy.
 
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