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Northeast Ohio Disrupting Poverty in Ohio Network
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Topic: Networks & Collaboratives
Sponsored by: ESC-NEO
Presenter(s): Aaron Churchill, Ohio Research Director for the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and Carrie Sullivan, ESCNEO Family and Community partnership Liaison
Description:  
Student Mobility: Its Effects on Learning, and Supports for Students and Families

Student mobility, transience or “churn” refers to students changing schools during a school year, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, for reasons other than grade promotion. While student mobility is not a “cause” of low academic achievement, it is one of the correlates of academic performance that is a potentially significant factor in shaping a student’s academic outcomes. Data can identify patterns of mobility, help to identify those students at risk in vulnerable populations, and help schools and districts develop programs responsive to the needs
of students and families.
This program will examine some of the causes of student mobility, and what data reveal about student mobility in Ohio, as well as some supports in place for assisting vulnerable students and families.
Audience:  
This event is open to the public.
Location:   virtual
Registration Time:  
Program Time:   1:00 PM and ending at 2:30 PM
Program Cost:   None 
Make Check or PO Payable to:   N/A
Registration Deadline:   2/1/2023
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Special Notes:  
All communication is via email – please enter your email address carefully.
For Information Call:   Roni Staimpel
[email protected],[email protected]
216-901-4233
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