Participants will be able to recognize the educational challenges for students in foster care and the importance of educational stability, identify the Title I, Part A Foster Care Educational Stability Provisions, describe how SEAs can support the implementation of foster care provisions at the local level, and identify the new SEA/LEA accountability and reporting requirements for students who are homeless or in foster care and be able to report better quality data on these two important subgroups.
Author(s): United States Department of Education
Publication Date: 2016
Topic(s): Every Student Succeeds Act, Foster Youth
Resource Type: Presentation Slides
Recommended Audience(s): Agency Leaders and Professionals
Click to Download: ESSA Provisions for Homeless and Foster Youth