Elementary and Secondary Education Data

CDF publications relevant to elementary and secondary education.

Tapping Title I: What Every School Administrator Should Know about Title I, Pre-K and School Reform

Pew Center on the States report about Title I, Pre-K and School Reform

Sample State Legislation Needed to Implement the Federal Kinship Guardianship Assistance Option Under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act

This is a sample of state legislation that can be used for implementing the Kinship Guardianship Assistance option of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act. The federal Kinship Guardianship Assistance option is under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act.

Summary of the Improving Education for Homeless and Foster Children with Disabilities in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (P.L. 108-446)

A summary of the provisions in the Improving Education for Homeless and Foster Children with Disabilities in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvements Act of 2004 (P.L. 108-446)

Title I Portability – A Bad Deal for Poor Children

Massachusetts Cradle Coalition Education Taskforce

Massachusetts Cradle Coalition Education Taskforce

Misidentification of Minority Youth in Special Education

"2003 fact sheet on the misidentification of minority youth in special education."

FY2016 House and Senate Budget Fact Sheet

The Fostering Connections to Success in Education Amendment Promotes Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care

On October 20 the Senate HELP Committee approved (by a 13 to 9 vote) Senator Al Franken’s Fostering Success in Education Amendment and added it to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Reauthorization bill, which they later in the evening approved and moved on to the Senate floor. The amendment facilitates cooperation and collaboration between the child welfare and education agencies on behalf of children in foster care by placing obligations on education agencies that complement those placed on child welfare agencies by the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act.

Education is the Lifeline for Youth in Foster Care

Success in school can be a positive counterweight to the abuse, neglect, separation, and impermanence experienced by the more than 400,000 U.S. children and youth in foster care at the end of FY 2009. Education has the potential to markedly improve their life chances and their ability to contribute to society as productive adults.

Early Childhood Short Research Summary

Investing in Early Childhood Development and Learning is Key to the Success of Our Children and Our Nation’s Long-Term Economic Growth

The Grandparent's and Other Relative Caregiver's Guide to Child Care and Early Childhood Education Programs

A guide for relative caregivers on child care and early childhood education and what they need to know to give their child a head start. This guide provides information on different types of child care and early childhood education programs, how to look for these programs, financial assistance for child care, and answers to other common questions about child care.

Funding School Discipline Reform Resource Guide

Positive Behavioral Supports Overview

The Road to Dropping Out

A fact sheet on minority students and academic failure correlated with dropping out of high school.

Superintendent Survey Report

Positive Behavioral Supports Resource Guide

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