Programming for Special Populations: Title III-Part A (English Learners), Title I-Part C (Migrant Students), McKinney Vento (Homeless Students), Title I-Part D (Neglected or Delinquent Children)
In this webinar, attendees will learn about the statutory and program requirements to serve English language learners, migrants, students experiencing homelessness, and children and youth in foster care or in correctional facilities. The presentation will cover recent guidance affecting these populations and will help administrators navigate these programs through the lens of the Department of Education’s monitoring tools.
Who Will Benefit?
This virtual training is of value to all federal granting agencies, federal grant recipients, and everyone who works with federal grants, including:
- Grant and program administrators
- Grant program staff
- State, district and school personnel
- Program monitors
What Will You Learn?
Attendees will learn:
- ED’s Title III Guidance;
- ESSA’s requirements for assessing students for EL status;
- Mandatory and allowable uses for the Education of Migratory Children;
- ESSA Provisions for Students in Foster Care;
- Required set asides for students facing homelessness or in correctional facilities;
- Homeless Education and Title I, Part A requirements
- Accountability and reporting requirements.
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