Posted on April 5, 2016
Findings Point to a Distinct Opportunity for Improvement in Process and Collaboration on Professionally Related Absences
Malvern, Pennsylvania. — April 5, 2016. The Frontline Research and Learning Institute today shared its first major report that details findings on professionally related absences from more than 4,500 K-12 organizations nationwide. The report indicates that of all employee absences for a three-year period, from July 2012 through June 2015, nearly 1 in 5 is for professional reasons, such as professional development, school business and field trips that are approved or directed by district- or school-level administration.