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How to Get Kids to Class

By Dan Cardinali Aug. 26, 2014 New York Times Opinion

Children living in poverty are by far the most likely to be chronically absent from school. The key to keeping these kids in school is to put dedicated social-service specialists in every low-performing, high-poverty school.

More Schools Open Their Doors to the Whole Community

Aug. 13, 2014 Wall Street Journal

With backing at local, state and federal levels, the "community schools model", a decades-old idea for improving schools and neighborhoods, is gaining ground. The largest coordinator of such programs, Communities in Schools, saw a 6% increase in its reach in the 2012-13 school year, covering schools with a total of more than 1.3 million students in 26 states.