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Number of Homeless Served by McKinney-Vento Subgrants - Children with Disabilities: 2012-13 1

The statewide number of homeless children with disabilities who were served by McKinney-Vento subgrants during the regular school year. [More about...]

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National  136,272
US 136,272
Alabama  1,722
AL 1,722
Alaska  844
AK 844
Arizona  2,184
AZ 2,184
Arkansas  493
AR 493
California  19,000
CA 19,000
Colorado  2,231
CO 2,231
Connecticut  236
CT 236
Delaware  580
DE 580
District of Columbia  475
DC 475
Florida  11,575
FL 11,575
Georgia  4,492
GA 4,492
Hawaii  379
HI 379
Idaho  429
ID 429
Illinois  9,341
IL 9,341
Indiana  1,615
IN 1,615
Iowa  446
IA 446
Kansas  822
KS 822
Kentucky  6,127
KY 6,127
Louisiana  1,671
LA 1,671
Maine  29
ME 29
Maryland  2,344
MD 2,344
Massachusetts  2,811
MA 2,811
MichiganA  7,590
MI 7,590
Minnesota  1,713
MN 1,713
Mississippi  1,029
MS 1,029
Missouri  1,451
MO 1,451
Montana  392
MT 392
Nebraska  662
NE 662
Nevada  1,773
NV 1,773
New Hampshire  275
NH 275
New Jersey  1,481
NJ 1,481
New Mexico  1,788
NM 1,788
New York  13,662
NY 13,662
North Carolina  3,461
NC 3,461
North Dakota  252
ND 252
Ohio  2,255
OH 2,255
Oklahoma  1,680
OK 1,680
Oregon  1,493
OR 1,493
Pennsylvania  3,660
PA 3,660
Puerto Rico  1,166
PR 1,166
Rhode Island  60
RI 60
South Carolina  1,375
SC 1,375
South Dakota  238
SD 238
Tennessee  1,652
TN 1,652
Texas  7,604
TX 7,604
Utah  2,103
UT 2,103
Vermont  70
VT 70
Virginia  2,119
VA 2,119
Washington  2,529
WA 2,529
West Virginia  613
WV 613
Wisconsin  2,126
WI 2,126
Wyoming  154
WY 154

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1 Description: The statewide number of homeless children with disabilities who were served by McKinney-Vento subgrants during the regular school year.; Academic Year: 2012-13; Grade: N/A; Note: The statewide number of homeless children with disabilities who were served by McKinney-Vento subgrants during the regular school year. Students served includes homeless children who have been served in any way through McKinney-Vento funds. Services include both direct services, as outlined in the McKinney-Vento Act, and indirect services, such as those provided by a staff member whose position is supported through McKinney-Vento funds. McKinney-Vento grants support state efforts to provide equal access to free and appropriate public education to homeless students and to gather information about those students and their needs. The full description of the McKinney-Vento program can be found on the Definitions page. A dash (-) indicates that the data are missing or not available. The symbol "n <" indicates that the data has been suppressed due to a small count.; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2012-13: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/consolidated/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 09/19/2014 

MI: MI does not collect "SERVED" data by subgroup. Rather than reporting "SERVED" data these counts reflect "ENROLLED" data. MI's M-V Homeless subgrants are all regional consortium grants, with district member services coordinated by a regional grant coordinator. The needs of these populations are so specialized that they are universally served by all MI subgrantees, once identified as homeless. Therefore, in MI, the numbers of subgroup students served would be virtually the same as the numbers enrolled.