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Number of Homeless Students Enrolled in LEAs with or without McKinney-Vento Subgrants in Hotels/Motels: 2012-13 1

The unduplicated statewide number of homeless students who were enrolled in public schools in local education agencies (LEAs) whose primary nighttime residence is in a hotel or motel. [More about...]

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National  70,458
US 70,458
Alabama  979
AL 979
Alaska  409
AK 409
ArizonaA  1,185
AZ 1,185
Arkansas  425
AR 425
California  10,073
CA 10,073
Colorado  1,706
CO 1,706
Connecticut  304
CT 304
Delaware  425
DE 425
District of Columbia  86
DC 86
Florida  6,369
FL 6,369
Georgia  5,224
GA 5,224
Hawaii  16
HI 16
Idaho  256
ID 256
Illinois  1,611
IL 1,611
Indiana  1,020
IN 1,020
Iowa  511
IA 511
Kansas  499
KS 499
Kentucky  826
KY 826
Louisiana  711
LA 711
Maine  214
ME 214
Maryland  1,198
MD 1,198
Massachusetts  2,573
MA 2,573
Michigan  2,113
MI 2,113
Minnesota  1,451
MN 1,451
Mississippi  264
MS 264
Missouri  1,888
MO 1,888
Montana  299
MT 299
Nebraska  222
NE 222
Nevada  2,010
NV 2,010
New Hampshire  348
NH 348
New Jersey  969
NJ 969
New Mexico  608
NM 608
New York  2,415
NY 2,415
North Carolina  2,456
NC 2,456
North Dakota  189
ND 189
Ohio  1,100
OH 1,100
Oklahoma  684
OK 684
Oregon  872
OR 872
Pennsylvania  1,197
PA 1,197
Puerto Rico  0
PR 0
Rhode Island  52
RI 52
South Carolina  1,251
SC 1,251
South Dakota  389
SD 389
Tennessee  1,251
TN 1,251
Texas  5,484
TX 5,484
Utah  373
UT 373
Vermont  322
VT 322
Virginia  2,588
VA 2,588
Washington  1,675
WA 1,675
West Virginia  155
WV 155
Wisconsin  1,068
WI 1,068
Wyoming  145
WY 145

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1 Description: The unduplicated statewide number of homeless students who were enrolled in public schools in local education agencies (LEAs) whose primary nighttime residence is in a hotel or motel.; Academic Year: 2012-13; Grade: N/A; Note: The unduplicated statewide number of homeless students who were enrolled in public schools in local education agencies (LEAs) that received McKinney-Vento subgrants whose primary nighttime residence is in a hotel or motel. The primary nighttime residence is defined as the type of residence where a homeless child or unaccompanied youth is staying at the time of enrollment or the type of residence where a currently enrolled child or youth is staying when he or she is identified as homeless. Primary nighttime residence is the primary basis for identifying homeless children and youth. This number does not include homeless students enrolled in LEAs without McKinney-Vento subgrants. The total includes students from age 3 to grade 12 and ungraded students. 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 

AZ: Totals will not equal the same amount because they may include duplicate students. The Arizona student information system collects an 'unknown' primary nighttime residence, of which 332 were reported in this reporting period. Additionally, 124 students were reported as having more than one grade during this reporting period. Arizona has also experienced 368 students who have more than one primary nighttime residence, this will be corrected in future reporting.