Infinite Campus and Homless Education DAta

Infinite Campus and Homless Education DAta

Homeless Children and Youth: DATA COLLECTION UPDATES Melissa Ferrell, State Coordinator Windy Newton, Office Data Manager Margalee Turner Conlee, Systems IT Consultant Office of Continuous Improvement Division of School and Program Improvement Contact Information Melissa Ferrell, Homeless Education State Coordinat

or Windy Newton, Office Data Manager Margalee Turner Conlee, Systems IT Consultan t 2

Topics Definition and Identification of Students Experiencing Homelessness Homeless Data Entry NEW process Primary Nighttime Residence Unaccompanied Youth Student Records Transfer Student Summary Report

State Published Ad-hoc Reports QA Homeless Report Monitoring your Homeless Education Program Timeline and Data Uses 3 Homeless Education Eligibility This section outlines guidance for determining which students are eligible to receive homeless education services. Definition and Identification of Homelessness Children and youth who lack a fixed,

regular, and adequate nighttime residence Sharing housing due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to lack of alternative adequate accommodations Living in emergency or transitional shelters

Abandoned in hospitals 5 Definition and Identification of Homelessness continued Children and youth who have a primary nighttime residence that is in a public place not designed as a regular sleeping accommodation Are

living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus/train stations or similar settings Migratory children who qualify as homeless because of their primary nighttime residence 6 Consider the Following Why did the family move in together? Was it for mutual benefit or due to a crisis or other precipitating event? Is there a plan for the household to remain intact over a long term, or is it a short term situation? Where would the family be if they were not able to stay

where they are? In a clearly homeless situation or in another apartment or house? Does everyone have a bed to sleep in? Is the plumbing and electric service safe? Is the housing otherwise adequate? Is the family being added to the lease, or have they signed a lease? Does the homeowner or renter have a legal right to force the family to leave without cause if they choose to do so? 7 Homeless Education Eligibility Determining eligibility can be challenging and is unique to each case. Use the following information and flowcharts to help make a

determination. Ch. 4 Homeless Liaison Toolkit Homeless Education Services Determination Appendix 9.A Unaccompanied Youth Eligibility F lowchart Homeless Liaison Toolkit

Determining Confirming Eligibility for MV Rights & Services Eligibility for McKinney-Vento Rights and Services 8 Data Entry Section This section details data entry of homeless elements within Infinite Campus. Homeless Data Entry New Process

Beginning with the 2019-20 SY, Homeless fields are no longer located on the Enrollment tab. The new path: Student Information / Program Participation / Homeless 10 Creating a Homeless Record

Path: Student Information / Program Participation / Homeless Select New Select Primary Nighttime Residence indicator from drop list Select Unaccompanied Youth from drop list Yes or No

Enter Start Date date the student was determined eligible for homeless services within the academic year End Date auto-populates to 6/30 of the reporting year Do not change the end date populated Select Save 11

Primary Nighttime Residence Select the Primary Nighttime Residence of the student at the time student is determined eligible S: Shelters and Transitional Housing D: Doubled Up U: Unsheltered (inadequate housing)

HM: Hotels/Motels If students primary nighttime residence changes, a new record does not need to be created nor does the primary nighttime residence need to be updated. 12 Unaccompanied Youth Two conditions must be present for a child or youth to be considered an unaccompanied youth under the McKinney-Vento Act: 1.

The childs or youths living arrangement meets the Acts definition of homeless, and 2. The child or youth is not in the physical custody of a parent or guardian. 13 Student Records Transfer Homeless data will now transfer as a summary via the Student Records Transfer process. The data will be a transfer document (PDF)

which means the receiving district will have to create a new homeless record in their district database for the student. The Primary Nighttime Residence and Unaccompanied Youth data should be entered into the receiving districts database as shown on the transfer document. The start date should be updated to reflect the date in which student enrolled in the receiving district. 14 Subsequent Enrollments Once a student is identified as homeless, the students homeless record, including primary nighttime residence and unaccompanied youth

status, should remain selected in the students record for the remainder of the academic year, regardless of his/her status changes. This includes students placed in a facility or group home enrollment subsequent to the identification of homeless in the current academic year. 15 Reporting Options This section provides detail on the reports that are available for homeless data. Student Summary Report Student summary report available via Student Information | Program Participation |

Homeless | Print Summary Report Report generates a list of homeless records for student 17 State Published Ad-hocs student Homeless in Selected Year This report will list active students with a homeless record for the selected year. Primary Nighttime Residence and Unaccompanied Youth are displayed as codes. Primary Nighttime Residence codes: o D: Doubled up

o HM: Hotels/Motels o S: Shelters and Transitional Housing o U: Unsheltered (inadequate housing). Unaccompanied Youth codes: o 01: Yes o 02: No 18 QA Homeless Report This report is currently being updated to extract data from the new location. KDE anticipates release of the update by midOctober. The next few slides provide

information on the two report options to generate for QA Homeless (Detail and Aggregate). 19 QA Homeless Report detail version Path: KY State Reporting / KDE Reports / QA Homeless Report detail version provides a list of homeless students that will be used for state and federal reporting purposes.

The detailed report will also provide student level data with highlighted elements that indicate data quality issues. Homeless students whose Economic Disadvantaged status is not Free Homeless students whose record does not have an active Primary Nighttime Residence selection Homeless students whose record does not have an Unaccompanied Youth selection 20 Free Lunch Status Filter detailed report on Economically Disadvantaged column to ensure that all homeless students are receiving free meals. The report highlights the field as an error if the status is marked reduced or paid.

Collaborate with district administrator to ensure student FRAM record is updated appropriately. 21 QA Homeless Report aggregate version The aggregate report will generate in PDF format. The report contains unduplicated counts of students identified as homeless anytime during the reported year. The report calculates a percentage of homeless students by gender and race/ethnicity by grade, primary nighttime status and unaccompanied youth status.

Share aggregated PDF with district and school leadership for awareness and additional quality assurance. 22 QA Homeless Report Aggregate by Grade Level and Demographic Group 23 QA Homeless Report Aggregate by Homeless Indicator and Demographic Group 24 QA Homeless Report

Aggregate by Student Group 25 Data Validation Validate homeless records to ensure accuracy for school report card and other federal and state reporting. The District Homeless Liaison/Coordinator should ensure the correct students are reported including withdrawn students. If

homeless indicators were imported from prior year data, the Homeless Liaison should review the homeless status in the current year and create a new record via Program Participation / Homeless as needed. 26 Monitoring Homeless Program Chronic Absenteeism Behavior Events Graduation Rate Retention Rate Academic Performance Cross reference with other student

groups, i.e., Student w/Disability, English Learner, Gifted/Talented, etc 27 Additional Resources Chronic Absenteeism KDE Report Early Warning Tool (webinar scheduled for November) Safe Schools State Report Retention State Report Data Visualization Tool School Report Card: Landing Page and Datasets 28 Reporting Timeline and Data

Uses Homeless data should be complete and accurate by June 30 annually. KDE extracts homeless data July 1 annually from the district data warehouse (no data submission required). Homeless data is used for public reporting via School Report Card and to meet federal reporting requirements. 29 Contact Information Melissa Ferrell Program

Inquiries [email protected] ov Margalee Conlee Data Inquiries [email protected] gov 502-564-3791, ext. 2470 502-564-1473, ext. 4020 30

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