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Homeless Children & Youth

Homeless Children & Youth

Education for Homeless Children and Youth

The goal of the Education for Homeless Children and Youth program is to ensure homeless children and youth receive a free and appropriate public education on an equal basis with all other children in the state and that they achieve success. Program objectives and activities are intended to remove and/or ease the barriers to enrollment and educational success for homeless children as outlined in the state plan.

The main objectives of the program are to:

  • Reduce the disruption in the educational lives of homeless
    children and youth;
  • Increase awareness about the nature and extent of the
    problems homeless children and youth have enrolling in
    and gaining access to educational programs and services;
  • Explain legislation and policies already in place, which
    overcome these barriers;
  • Build on legislation and polices already in place, which
    overcome these barriers; and
  • Build the capacity of others to assist identifying, enrolling
    and ensuring the educational success of homeless children
    and youth.

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