http://www.acf.hhs.gov/fysb/resource/youth-specific-faq-coordinated-entry-20160824 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a new resource entitled Youth Specific FAQs for Coordinated Entry. Coordinated Entry (CE) is a process implemented by local HUD Continuums of Care (CoCs) to ensure that all people experiencing a housing crisis have fair… Read more »
This PowerPoint presentation provides the following information: Federal statutory requirements for collaboration Educational supports for homeless children and youth – Education subtitle of the McKinney-Vento Act – Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act and Head Start Act Strategies and action steps
This NCHE brief • provides an overview of education and workforce programs that serve youth experiencing homelessness, and • suggests strategies for cross-system collaboration among these programs to support youth experiencing homelessness.
To ensure that the educational needs of homeless children and youth are met, it is imperative to have the support and knowledge of local Homeless Education Liaisons incorporated into the community planning process led by teh Texas Homeless Network and the Local Homeless Coalitions. Partnering with the Continuum of Care can help Education Liaisons form… Read more »
Homelessness and Education – Cross-System Collaboration:
Applied Research Summary and Tools, December 2015
Since the economic recession of 2008, the number of children that school districts have identified as homeless has increased significantly (NAEHYC, 2014). In fact, the number of school-age children who experienced homelessness reached approximately 1.23 million in 2013, which is the highest level since such data were first collected (Bassuk, DeCandia, Beach, & Berman, 2014; NAEHCY, 2014).
This tip sheet, developed by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) in coordination with the the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH), will help state and local education agency (SEA and LEA) homeless education programs, housing and human service agencies, and organizations serving homeless families, children, and youths better coordinate their services by disclosing student data and information with each other.