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No School Alone: How community risks and assets contribute to school and youth success

This report looks at how community attributes can contribute or detract from school and student success. It finds, among other things, that people with adverse childhood experiences are shown to have increased risk of health and social problems, and that poverty is highly predictive of rates of unexcused absences.

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Publication Date
Sunday, March 1, 2015