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Education of Homeless Students: Improved Program Oversight Needed
Kay E. Brown (au)
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act established a grant program to help the nationäó»s homeless students -- more than one million in school year 2011-12 -- have access to pubic education. Under the Education for Homeless Children and Youth grant program, states and their school districts are required to identify homeless children and provide them with needed services and support. In FY 2014, Education received about $65 million to administer this program. Education provided formula grants to states, which competitively awarded funds to school districts to help meet program requirements. This report examined (1) how districts identify and serve homeless students and challenges they face; (2) how Education and states collaborate with other service providers to address student needs and any barriers; and (3) the extent to which Education monitors program compliance. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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