Cleveland schools stay positive to reduce chronic absences
Clip: 03/20/2018 | 8m 5s | Video has closed captioning.
A few years ago, Cleveland Public Schools found that more than half of their students were chronically absent, missing at least 10 percent of school. While they've made steady progress to address the problem, like may school districts around the country, they still have a ways to go. Special correspondent Kavitha Cardoza of Education Week reports.
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