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New Resources: July – September 2018

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North Carolina Dispute Resolution Process for Homeless Students
This process from the North Carolina State Board of Education details how North Carolina school districts should handle disputes regarding the enrolling and serving of students experiencing homelessness.
View the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Process for Homeless Students.
Date posted: 8/02/18

Missouri Educational Rights Poster (Bosnian)
This Bosnian language poster from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education outlines the educational rights contained in the McKinney-Vento Act for eligible students.
Download the Bosnian language educational rights poster.
Date posted: 7/27/18

Chronic Absence Survey and Data Tools (University of South Florida)
This webpage from the University of South Florida's Problem Solving and Response to Intervention Project provides validated tools for understanding the root causes of chronic absence, and analyzing chronic absence data to identify inequities among student populations.
Visit the USF Chronic Absence Survey and Data Tools webpage.
Date posted: 7/10/18

Office of Head Start Transportation Resources
Head Start programs are not required to provide transportation services; however, when they do, they must comply with key regulations. Explore these resources from the Office of Head Start to support programs in the safe and efficient movement of children from one point to another. Find materials on transportation services, coordination options, vehicles, child safety restraints, and other requirements.
Visit the Office of Head Start Transportation Resources webpage.
Date posted: 7/02/18

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