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NCHE Products and Publications

The National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE creates and distributes a number of valuable and informative resources dealing with the issue of education of homeless children and youth.

NCHE products and publications can be:

  • Downloaded from our website in electronic format (see below) and reproduced as needed.
  • Ordered in hard copy online or by faxing or mailing in the free products order form. (up to the product limit per agency per school year free of charge).
  • Ordered in hard copy by faxing or mailing in the sales order form (for orders in excess of the product limit; follow the instructions at the top of the form).

Download or order in hard copy by clicking the title below:

"10 in 10" Orientation Tutorial for New State Coordinators

Abstract Bibliography of Homeless Education Resources: 2013 (includes access to bibliographies from previous years)

A Look at Child Welfare from a Homeless Education Perspective

A McKinney-Vento Toolbox: Constructing a Robust and Rigorous Homeless Education Program, In Case of Disaster and Every Day

Classrooms with Revolving Doors: Recommended Practices for Elementary Teachers of At-Risk and Highly Mobile Students

Classrooms with Revolving Doors: Recommended Practices for Middle Level and High School Teachers of At-Risk and Highly Mobile Students

Collaborations of Schools and Social Service Agencies

Connecting Schools and Displaced Students Handbook Series (titles listed below)
After the Storm: Information for Parents on How Schools Can Help After Disasters
Disaster Relief Agencies and Schools: Working Together to Ensure School Enrollment and Success
From the School Office to the Classroom: Strategies for Enrolling and Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness
School as a Safety Net: Connecting Displaced Children With Educational and Support Services

Consolidated State Performance Report Federal Data Collection Guide For State Coordinators of Homeless Education: School Year 2013-14

Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Federal Program Profile

Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program: Analysis of 2011-2012 Federal Data Collection and Three-Year Comparison (includes access to reports from previous years)

Educating Homeless Children and Youth: Conducting Needs Assessments and Evaluating Services - A Guide for SEAs, LEAs, and Local Schools

Educational Rights Poster (Youth)

Educational Rights Poster (Parent)

Effective Teaching and At-Risk/Highly Mobile Students: What Do Award-Winning Teachers Do?

Enrollment: Ready Reference for School (enrollment foldout)

Higher Education Poster

Homeless Education Issue Briefs

Homeless Liaison Toolkit (2013 edition)

Increasing School Stability for Students Experiencing Homelessness: Overcoming Challenges to Providing Transportation to the School of Origin

In Their Own Words: Schools and Students Overcoming Adversity

Making Student Status Determinations for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth: Eligibility Tool for Financial Aid Administrators

McKinney-Vento Data Standards and Indicators Guidebook

McKinney-Vento Data Standards and Indicators - 2006 Revisions

NCHE brochure

Parent booklet

Parent Pack Pocket Folder

Reading on the Go! (Vol 1) Students Who Are Highly Mobile and Reading Instruction

Reading on the Go! (Vol 2) A Handbook of Resources

Research Summary: Resilience and At-risk Children and Youth

Research Summary: Supporting Homeless Children and Youth through Proactive and Positive Behavior Management and Intervention Practices

Research Summary: Teaching and Classroom Strategies for Homeless and Highly Mobile Students

State Coordinator's Handbook for LEA Monitoring

State Coordinator's Handbook

Students on the Move: Reaching and Teaching Highly Mobile Children and Youth

Summary of the State of Research on the Relationship Between Homelessness and Academic Achievement Among School-Aged Children and Youth

Support for Students Whose Families Have Lost Their Homes to Foreclosure brochure

Support for Students Whose Families Have Lost Their Homes to Foreclosure poster

Surviving on Your Own: Information for Youth on How School Can Help (youth booklet)

The Legal Glossary: A Crosswalk of Federal Laws and Programs Affecting Children, Youth, and Families Experiencing Homelessness

Unaccompanied and Homeless Youth Review of Literature (1995-2005)

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The National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) is the U.S. Department of Education's technical assistance center for the federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program. NCHE is housed at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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