Welcome to the website of the North Carolina Homeless Education Program (NCHEP). NCHEP operates the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction's technical assistance center in the area of homeless education. For assistance with homeless education issues, contact NCHEP at 1-800-659-3204 (toll-free).
McKinney-Vento data collection for the 2014-2015 SY is now open
For more information about McKinney-Vento 2014-2015 SY data collection and steps necessary to ensure data entry access, visit the data collection page.
2015 Homeless Education Learning Institute
Visit the Learning Institute web page to access presentations and handouts.
Complete the Learning Institute survey to provide feedback for the planning of future professional development opportunities.
Accessing Higher Education
Visit our Accessing Higher Education web page to download the presentation from the Unaccompanied Homeless Youth & Higher Education in NC webinar.
Educational Services for Immigrant Children and Those Recently Arrived in the United States
The U.S. Department of Education has released a Fact Sheet and FAQ document pertaining to the education of immigrant children and those who recently arrived in the United States as unaccompanied children. Download a copy of the document
Use of Title I Funds to Support Homeless Children and Youth
Download an important memo from the NC Department of Public Instruction and NC Homeless Education Program concerning the USE OF TITLE I FUNDS TO SUPPORT HOMELESS CHILDREN AND YOUTH.
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Request Homeless Education Training from NCHEP
NCHEP staff members are available to provide Homeless Education training in your school district or community agency. Visit NCHEP's online training request form to request a training in your area.
NCHEP is pleased to announce the availability of online ordering of NCHEP products. Now you can order NCHEP brochures and posters with the click of a mouse.
Visit NCHEP's online order form to order NCHEP products in hard copy.
Download NCHEP products in electronic copy.
Stay informed about emerging issues in the field of homeless education and dialogue with other across the state about promising practices and strategies.