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Title I and Education of Homeless Children and Youth

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
(603) 271-3840

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