|School Year||State||File Spec||Data Group||Reporting Level||Data Note||State Note|
|2013-2014||ARIZONA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Allowed LEAs to include students with an unknown type of primary nighttime residence, which is not allowed by FS118; use data with caution. The SEA also allowed LEAs to include students in more than one grade, which could result in duplicated counts within an LEA.|
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.
|2014-2015||CALIFORNIA||118||655||LEA, SEA||The SEA encountered significant technical issues during its data collection process, resulting in many students not being accurately recorded.|
|2013-2014||CALIFORNIA||118||655||LEA, SEA||California did not provide report data by unaccompanied homeless youth.|
While slated to collect Unaccompanied Homeless Youth enrolled data in SY 13-14, with the California Department of Education's (CDE) adoption of the Local Control Funding Formula and SMARTER Balanced Assessments, the CDE is unable to implement this proposed change to the data collection. It is anticipated this collection will be revised to collect unaccompanied homeless youth data for the SY 2014-15. For SY 12-13, the CDE has contacted those LEAs that are McKinney-Vento subgrantees to collect the total number of Unaccompanied Homeless Youth enrolled, with a 68% response rate.
|2016-2017||COLORADO||118||655||LEA, SEA||Colorado: The state provided the same number for the LEA and SEA counts.|
|2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011||CONNECTICUT||118||655||LEA, SEA||Connecticut: The state did not report homeless migratory students because the state does not receive funds under Title I, Part C.|
|2016-2017||DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA||118||655||LEA, SEA||District of Columbia: Partial Data: Primary nighttime residence was not collected for all students.|
|2015-2016||DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA||118||655||LEA, SEA||Partial Data: Primary nighttime residence was not collected for all students.|
|2010-2011||DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA||118||655||LEA||The number of homeless enrolled students reported by primary nighttime residence is less than the number of homeless enrolled students by age/grade. The difference is greater than or equal to 50 percent.|