Homeless children and youth are automatically eligible for Title I services.
A state must include it its Title I plan a description of how the plan is coordinated with the McKinney-Vento Act.
A Local Education Agency (district) Title I plan must include a description of how it is coordinated with the McKinney-Vento Act.
A Local Education Agency (district) must provide comparable services to a homeless student that does not attend a Title I school.
Title I programs must reserve or set-aside funds for homeless children and may provide support services to children in shelters and other locations where homeless children live.
A Local Education Agency (district) may use reserved funds to provide homeless students with services that are not available from other sources.
|Lynda Thistle Elliott
Ed. D. State Coordinator
NH Homeless Education Program
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