Are students in Idaho chronically absent?
A student is considered chronically absent if the student is absent 10% or more school days during the school year. In accordance with the Office for Civil Rights, student absence is defined as, “not physically on school grounds and not participating in instruction or instruction-related activities at an approved off-grounds location for at least half the school day”.
Native American or Alaskan Native
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Students from Low Income Families
Students Learning English
Students with Disabilities
Students in Foster Care
Students who are Homeless
Students from Military Families
Students from Migrant Families
How did students in Idaho do in the past?