Training Videos

Worn Out Welcome Mat

Students and families living with relatives and friends as a result of losing their housing are often fearful of wearing out their welcome with their hosts. Schools can help students living in shared housing, or doubled-up, succeed academically.

Great Beginnings

Schools can be very welcoming places for students in homeless and highly mobile situations. This video talks about some of the ways to make that happen.

01 Federal Programs Directors

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for Federal Program Directors in local education agencies in Texas.

02 Homeless Liaisons

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for Homeless Liaisons in local education agencies in Texas.

03 Principals

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for Campus Principals in local education agencies in Texas.

04 Registrars

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for Registrars at local education agencies in Texas.

05 School Counselors

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for School Counselors in local education agencies in Texas.

06 School Social Workers

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for School Social Workers in local education agencies in Texas.

07 Service Providers

This McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program training video is designed for community agency Service Providers in Texas.

09 Homelessness in Our Schools version 1

This video describes the need for the McKinney-Vento Act provisions  in the LEAs in Texas, and describes the basic services outlined in the law that local education agencies in Texas must provide to children and youth experiencing homelessness.

10 Homelessness in Our Schools version 2

This video describes the need for the McKinney-Vento Act provisions  in the LEAs in Texas, and describes the basic services outlined in the law that local education agencies must provide to children and youth experiencing homelessness.