Chronic Absenteeism Indicator

Chronic Absenteeism measures the number of students who attended less than 90% of school days.

Latest Measure (2016)

Chronic Absenteeism Score 58 Indicator scores are represented on a scale from 1 to 100.
Disparity Ratio 1.56 Disparity direction: black-white
Students who attended 90% or less of school days

Black students are 56% more likely to be chronically absent than white students.

Source: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education


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