A Guide to Their Rights
McKinney-Vento School Legal Checklist
McKinney-Vento Dispute Resolution Procedures
These step-by-step guides, available for 49 states and the District of Columbia, outline procedures for dispute resolution and appeal for children and unaccompanied youth experiencing homelessness.
Homeless Education Advocacy Manual - Disaster Edition
For those recovering from a disaster, man-made or natural, immediate needs for income and housing may overshadow critical concerns about education of children and youth. However, the needs of displaced students should also be considered. This manual is designed to encourage and assist advocates working with displaced students seeking access to appropriate educational services.
A State-by-State Review of Laws Affecting Unaccompanied Youth
Each year, an estimated 1.6 million children and youth (ages 12-17) experience homelessness without a parent or guardian. unaccompanied homeless youth face numerous legal barriers that often complicate their attempts to meet the basic necessities of life on their own and prevent them from reaching out for assistance to state agencies and service providers that could otherwise help them. This report reviews the state of current law in 12 key issue areas that affect the lives and future prospects of unaccompanied homeless youth in all 50 U.S. states and 6 territories.
Beds and Buses
How Affordable Housing Can Help Reduce School Transportation Costs
Project LEARN Flyer
This flyer is a brief know-your-rights sheet, helpful for informing parents of the rights of children experiencing homelessness. It includes space for schools to add the contact information for their district's homeless liaison.