Students who miss a lot of school tend to perform at lower levels. What about teachers who miss class?
When a teacher misses school for 10 or more days a year, the impact on the student is equivalent to the experience of having a brand new teacher versus one with a few years experience, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Coming up on All Sides: the impact of teacher attendance.
- Vladimir Kogan, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, The Ohio State University
- Stephen Dyer, Education Policy Fellow at Innovation Ohio
- Hannah Putman, National Council of Teacher quality, Managing Director of Research