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Kinvolved Blog

Helpful articles about attendance, family engagement, and district communications.

Kinvolved Welcomes Matthew Webster as Vice President of Engineering

For Immediate Release

 

Kinvolved Welcomes Matthew Webster as Vice President of Engineering

New York City, New York, November...


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Texting Parents Can Improve School Attendance

 

It probably comes as no surprise that texting is the preferred method of communication for the majority of people. Did you...


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Tags: attendance, family engagement, texting,

Engaging Students & Families for Back to School  [A Guide to Planning]

The Student Attendance and Enrollment Crisis 

Student attendance is the leading indicator of student success but pre-pandemic,...


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Tags: parent engagement, student attendance, student engagement

The Education Crisis Nobody is Talking About

Top K–12 leaders recognize that all academic success starts with students showing up to class. After all, the best curriculum...


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Tags: attendance

Kinvolved Now State Aidable in New York

New York City, NY — Kinvolved, the social enterprise on a mission to prevent absenteeism and keep students on track to...


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Tags: News

Thank You

Dear K–12 Community,

Thank you.

Our community has been shaken from coast-to-coast over the past few weeks, and there is no...


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Tags: Communications

Download our Guide to Family Partnerships

For chronically absent students, the more qualified hands on deck—those with watchful eyes, listening ears, and open hearts—the better the chance they have to succeed. This e-book showcases the voices, and heartbeats, of our educators, who share how their strategies for building student and family relationships, having tough conversations, and celebrating bright spots. The teachers and leaders featured here face real challenges and save real lives every day, and the ability to see things from their perspective drives our work.

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