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McKinney-Vento Act

Homeless Enrolled Students by State

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Percentage of Homeless Students
Map Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2020-2021, 2019-2020 ALL STATES 194, 118 655, 818 Participation COVID-19 operations impacted the identification of eligible students. Please use the data with caution.  The state notes in all sections of ED Data Express reflect the views of the state only and do not necessarily reflect compliance with requirements or consistency with reporting instructions.
2020-2021 ALABAMA 118 655 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The total number of homeless children and youth (Category Set A) changed by more than 10% between the prior year and current year. Several of Alabama public schools allowed students to receive their education through virtual learning due to COVID-19; which affected identifying homeless students.
2020-2021 ALABAMA 118 655 Participation SEA to LEA Comparison: The total number of homeless enrolled students reported at the SEA-level is greater than or equal to the sum of the total homeless enrolled students reported across LEAs in the LEA-level data. The LEA-level data should be greater. The ALSDE only reports those students who were enrolled at that district for the end date of the school year. The ALSDE does not report withdrawn or dropout students that were identified as homeless which causes the student to be unduplicated. This is the same process that has been used in the past.
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Funding

Program funding over time

Participation

Number of homeless enrolled students by primary nighttime residence over time.

Source:  EDFacts File Specification 118; Data Group 655

Performance

Proficiency gap between all students and homeless enrolled students in [Subject]

Source: EDFacts File Specification 175 & 178; Data Group 583 & 584

Funding, Participation, and Performance Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2020-2021, 2019-2020 ALL STATES 194, 118 655, 818 Participation COVID-19 operations impacted the identification of eligible students. Please use the data with caution.  The state notes in all sections of ED Data Express reflect the views of the state only and do not necessarily reflect compliance with requirements or consistency with reporting instructions.
2020-2021 ALABAMA 118 655 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The total number of homeless children and youth (Category Set A) changed by more than 10% between the prior year and current year. Several of Alabama public schools allowed students to receive their education through virtual learning due to COVID-19; which affected identifying homeless students.
2020-2021 ALABAMA 118 655 Participation SEA to LEA Comparison: The total number of homeless enrolled students reported at the SEA-level is greater than or equal to the sum of the total homeless enrolled students reported across LEAs in the LEA-level data. The LEA-level data should be greater. The ALSDE only reports those students who were enrolled at that district for the end date of the school year. The ALSDE does not report withdrawn or dropout students that were identified as homeless which causes the student to be unduplicated. This is the same process that has been used in the past.
Displaying 1 - 3 of 201 data notes
School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2020-2021 ALL STATES 175, 179, 178, 185, 188, 189 583, 584, 585, 588, 589, 590 Performance ED recommends users of the SY 2020-21 Assessment Data review the data notes and state explanations to understand the full context of state, local, and school implementation of the statewide assessments. Due to the circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, ED waived the reporting of the statewide assessments in the 2019-2020 school year and encouraged states to consider flexibilities regarding the timing, length, and type of administration of assessments in the 2020-2021 school year. Please be sure to review ED’s letter regarding assessments for 2020-21. Statewide assessments were administered in most States in 2020-21 but, due to continued disruptions from the pandemic, rates of participation varied widely in schools throughout the country. Because assessment participation varied so widely, overall results for schools, districts and States may not be representative for those entities, and data for the school year 2020-2021 data may not be comparable with other years. The state notes in all sections of ED Data Express reflect the views of the state only and do not necessarily reflect compliance with requirements or consistency with reporting instructions.
2020-2021 ALL STATES 175, 179, 178, 185, 188, 189 583, 584, 585, 588, 589, 590 Performance Although SY20-21 assessment data were collected, due to COVID-19 challenges, the data are not comparable to other years. Therefore, the Department is not including SY20-21 assessment data on the performance graph on this dashboard. The state notes in all sections of ED Data Express reflect the views of the state only and do not necessarily reflect compliance with requirements or consistency with reporting instructions.
2020-2021 MISSISSIPPI 175 583 Performance Across File Comparison: The difference between the number of grade 6 migratory students who were assessed on the mathematics assessment and received a valid score reported in FS175/DG583 and the number of grade 6 eligible migratory students reported in FS121/DG634 is greater than 10 percent. The data are accurate. Variances between the two files are due to the difference in the collection periods and delayed synchronization between migrant data system and student information system.