Standards and Indicators for Quality LEA McKinney-Vento Programs (2017 Revision)
In a time of high stakes accountability for program quality, every program needs a set of standards to guide program planning. Standards provide a common basis for establishing measurable goals and implementing a program. NCHE's standards and indicators, updated in 2017 to incorporate amendments included in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), are intended primarily for local- and state-level homeless education staff with oversight responsibilities for the implementation of the McKinney-Vento Act. The standards align with Federal agency and program office priorities to help improve State and local homeless education program performance and educational outcomes for students experiencing homelessness through a variety of means, including monitoring, technical assistance, and making LEA-level homeless student enrollment and school-level homeless student achievement data publicly available.
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