| Rural Homelessness: General Awareness and Educational Issues
Transportation for Homeless Children and Youth: Strategies for Rural School Districts
This NCHE tip sheet highlights strategies for providing transportation for homeless students in rural areas provided by local homeless education liaisons, state coordinators for homeless education, and state pupil transportation directors.
Homeless Children: Addressing the Challenge in Rural Schools
This ERIC Digest considers the challenge of homelessness in rural areas, the meaning of homelessness for rural children, the educational problems of homelessness, causes of rural homelessness, and remedies and resources for rural educators and human service providers.NCPR News: Close to Homeless
North County Public Radio explores the issue of rural homelessness, including how transiency affects kids' education and the schools they attend, in this series of online audio broadcasts.Poverty, Housing Insecurity and Student Transiency in Rural Areas
This article, published by the Center on Rural Education and Communities at Penn State University, discusses the issue of residential mobility among low-income households and its effect on students, schools, and school districts. It provides a suggested plan of action for supporting highly mobile students for rural schools and school districts and links to additional resources.Rural Children At A Glance
This study by the USDA's Economic Research Service provides compelling facts about rural child poverty.Rural Homelessness
This paper was developed for the National Symposium on Homelessness Research held on March 1-2, 2007, and covers topics such as the prevalence of rural homelessnes, the characteristics of rural homelessness, and effective service models for rural homelessness.Rural Policy Research Institute (rupri): Data and Research - State Profiles
This state demographic and economic profile series from the Rural Policy Research Institute (rupri) presents current demographic and economic data for each state by county, with special focus on the rural differential within each state. State profiles are updated periodically, with the date of the last update listed under each state's name.Student Mobility in Rural Communities: What Are the Implications for Student Achievement?
This article provides readers with a thorough understanding of student mobility, demonstrates the prevalence of mobility and its effect on students and schools, and highlights federal, state, and local initiatives to address student mobility. Also provided are suggestions, strategies, and additional resources that can be used by virtually any district in its efforts to comply with the McKinney-Vento Act.
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