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Kids Without Homes: A School District Responds Compliance Training for Superintendents and Administrators
Contact Information Name: Office Phone: Other Phone: Homeless Education Liaison
Overview Compliance Transportation provisions Homeless education liaison Funding Coordination and collaboration Ways to assist homeless students Online resources: TEA & USDE LEA Planning Guide Major Topics
Homeless Children in Texas Current Estimate 140,000+
The younger the child, the more likely he or she is to live in poverty. Percentage of Texas Children Living in Poverty Troubling Statistics
Texas Education Code specifies that a student who is homeless is entitled to admission in any Texas school district Chapter 25 of the Texas Education Code
Federal Law defines and protects the rights of homeless students to enroll in, attend, and succeed in our public schools The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The McKinney-Vento Act The definition of homeless children and youth includes “unaccompanied youth” not living with a parent or legal guardian What you must know about the law:
The McKinney-Vento Act Educational Stability What you must know about the law: Transportation Immediate Enrollment
The McKinney-Vento Act Every school district is required to have a homeless education liaison What you must know about the law: The liaison is required by law to perform specific tasks
The McKinney-Vento Act School districts must set aside a portion of Title I funds to assist students in homeless situations What you must know about the law:
The McKinney-Vento Act Definitions Academic Achievement Liaison for Homeless Students Enrollment School Selection Transportation Dispute Resolution Highlights: Another View
The McKinney-Vento Act Intra-district Inter-district Transportation Provisions
The McKinney-Vento Act every school district have a homeless education liaison The law requires that: the liaison has specific, required tasks
The McKinney-Vento Act Title I set-asides McKinney-Vento grants Funding
The McKinney-Vento Act within the school district between the school district and the larger community Coordination & Collaboration
Making a Difference Direct Assistance Indirect Assistance Ways You Can Assist Our Students in Homeless Situations
Online Resources Correspondence list for Administrators TEA Online Subscribe to TEA listservs at:
Attendance Topics in TEA Memo: From Chapter 25 of the Texas Education Code: Admission Enrollment Records Tuition Online Resources
USDE Online NCLB legislation NCLB regulations NCLB policy guidelines Federal Register Notes NCLB resources Grant competitions Main web page links to:
1 – 888 – 625 – 2787 Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p. m. CST After-hours message service USDE NCLB Hotline for Superintendents Online Resources
Planning Tool LEA Planning Guide The guide and a planning checklist are available to you and your staff at:
Contact Information Name: Office Phone: Other Phone: Homeless Education Liaison
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McKinney-Vento Act Subtitle VII-B Education of Homeless Children and Youth Program NCLB Title X.
2014 ESEA ODYSSEY CONFERENCE Dona Bolt, State Coordinator Oregon Department of Education.
The McKinney-Vento Act: A Brief Overview What Schools and Education Service Centers Need to Know Prepared by the Texas Education Agency, Region 10 Education.
McKinney – Vento Homeless Assistance Improvements Act Compliance Training for Administrators Subtitle B of Title VII Of The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance.
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act November 16, 2010 November 16, 2010.
TITLE X, PART C MCKINNEY-VENTO ACT The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Grant Application FY Office of Federal Programs March 9 th, 2016.
Homeless Students and the Expenditure of Title I Part A Funds Rebecca Derenge, N&D Coordinator.
Title I and Homeless Education Requirements Patricia McGuirk Homeless Education Program Manager August, 2008.
Coordinating Title I Services with Homeless Programs Cindy Rhoads Regional Coordinator Division of Federal Programs, PDE Sheldon Winnick State Coordinator.
Compliance Training for School Administrators Homeless Children & Youth: A School District Responds.
Welcome! Introduction to the Local Homeless Education Liaison Toolkit According to legend… If you wish to make an impact for one year, you plant corn.
Title I and Homeless Education: A Winning Team Lynda Thistle Elliott, Ed.D. State Coordinator/Homeless Education.
Meeting the Educational Needs of Homeless Children and Youth: All Working Together Alabama School Transportation Association (ASTA) June 10,
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act of 2001 Title X, Part C.
California Department of Education and Los Angeles Unified School District NAEHCY Conference November 2009 Title I and Homeless Education Program Collaboration:
Annual State Coordinator Meeting Feb 28 – Mar 1, 2012 Arlington, VA.
McKinney Vento Jeopardy. McKinney Vento 101 Potpourri True/False Show Me the Money!
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Subtitle VII-B of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, reauthorized by Title X, Part C, of the No Child Left.
McKinney-Vento Key Provisions Madison Metropolitan School District Transition Education Program (TEP)
Title X Part C No Child Left Behind Act “Our children need adults who focus on results.” Secretary Rod Paige McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance.
McKinney-Vento Act Implications under ESSA for Title I.
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act Title X Part C No Child Left Behind Act
Working with Homeless Students National Center for Homeless Education Jan Moore with Homeless Students.
> Tom Corbett, Governor Ron Tomalis, Secretary of Education Title of Presentation > Tom Corbett, Governor Ron Tomalis, Secretary of Education Education.
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education State Coordinator Duties O Develop and implement State Plan O Gather valid data from districts O Collaborate with homeless.
Children and youth experiencing homelessness have the right to a Free, Appropriate Public Education.
School & Community Collaboration Through McKinney-Vento.
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act What we need to know to show we care about every child. What we need to know to show we care about every.
McKinney-Vento (Title X)... at a Glance What You Need to Know.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education Homeless Education Program.
© 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved. Transporting Homeless Students Florida Pupil Transportation Services Directors’
RESOURCES AVAILABLE FROM THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR HOMELESS EDUCATION Diana Bowman, Dire ctor
Texas Homeless Education Office The University of Texas at Austin Charles A. Dana Center 2901 N IH 35,
McKinney-Vento: A Key to Success McKinney-Vento Liaison Training 2013.
McKinney Vento BIE McKinney Vento Local Liaison Training: McKinney Vento May 13, 2014, 11:00 am (MDT) Facilitator: Valerie Todacheene, Ed.D. Review: Homeless.
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