Developed by an LEA, this sample form shows some of the information that may be included on a transportation request form.
Questions and Answers on School Selection, School of Origin, and Transportation
This brief explains the provisions of Subtitle VII-B of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. §§ 11431-11435, hereafter referred to as The McKinney-Vento Act), related to the transportation of children and youth experiencing homelessness and offers strategies for implementing the law.
Compilation of Texas Association of School Boards policy text addressing McKinney–Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001. The text that follows is from TASB policy CNA (LEGAL): Student Transportation, as issued in Update 71, Issued Date, 09/30/03.
Q and A on transportation requirements for children and youth in homeless situations. Also information on Transportation and Compulsory School Attendance.
Transportation Rural: The following strategies were compiled by the National Center for Homeless Education in March 2008 from local homeless education liaisons, state coordinators for homeless education, and state pupil transportation directors. All strategies must be reviewed for their alignment with your state’s or school district’s laws and policies related to pupil transportation. *Arranging Transportation – Existing Pupil Transportation *Arranging Transportation – Other Ideas. *Interdistrict Coordination *Resources *Collaborative Infrastructure