Homeless Services - Transition Education Program (TEP)
Our Goal is to reduce barriers to school enrollment and achievement so that children from families who are experiencing homelessness have a "full and equal opportunity" to succeed in school. Services include, but are not limited to advocacy, transportation, school supplies, resource and staff development, community education about homelessness and mobility and coordination with community partners.
Did you know that on average, it takes 4-6 months to recover academic progress from each school change? *
Education for Homeless Children and Youth
Transition Education Program Teacher Leader - Elementary
Transition Education Program Social Worker - Secondary
Families are invited to look through the following resources collected by the MMSD Homeless Transition Education Program.
- Family & Local Resources
- National Resources
- Video Resources
- Voices in Our Community Project
- Transition Education Program Donation Requests
- Unaccompanied Homeless Youth
- McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
Family & Local Resources
Voices in Our Community Project
Transition Education Program Donation Requests
Unaccompanied Homeless Youth
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
* Source: Expert panel report submitted in B.H. v. McDonald by Dr. Joy Rogers, Loyola University, Department of Education, 1991.