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photo of woman thumbing through a book The National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE serves as a clearinghouse of information on issues pertaining to the education of homeless children and youth. Browse our resources by clicking on the topic below. Resources include websites, reports, briefs, training resources, videos, curriculum materials, and more.

Accountability and Assessment
Child Welfare/Foster Care
Collaboration
Curricula (educating students and others about homelessness)
Data and Statistics on Homelessness
Data Collection
Dispute Resolution
Disaster Preparation and Response
Distance Learning
Domestic Violence
Eligibility (determining/confirming eligibility for McKinney-Vento)
Enrollment
Extended Day Learning: Out-of-School Programs
Extracurricular Participation of Homeless Students
Feasibility: Determining Feasibility in School Selection
Food and Nutrition
Foreclosures/Mortgage Crises and Their Effects on Education
Health: Mental and Physical Health
Highly Mobile Children: Addressing Educational Challenges
Higher Education (access for students experiencing homelessness)
Homeless Education: General Awareness
Homelessness: General Awareness
Housing
Identifying Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Immigrants and Refugees
Legal Resources
LGBTQI2-S Homeless Youth
(lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, or two-spirited)
Migrant Education
Military Families (high mobility and homelessness)
Parent Involvement
Parent Resources
Poverty and Income
Preschool/Early Childhood
Program Evaluation
Reading
Research on Homeless Education
Scholarships for Higher Education
Trauma (resilience in and coping with homelessness)
Rural Homelessness (general awareness and educational issues)
School Personnel Resources
School Selection (choosing between the school of origin and the local school)
Special Education
Subgrants (McKinney-Vento subgrants)
Title I, Part A
Transportation
Unaccompanied Youth
Videos: Awareness Videos on Homelessness
and Homeless Education




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The National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) is associated with The SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


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