This resource provides specific criteria and benchmarks for ending unaccompanied youth homelessness.
This Dear Colleague Letter describes restraint and seclusion, and the limits federal civil rights laws impose on the use of these practices by public schools.
This resource guide summarizes key requirements of Section 504, the federal law that provides a broad spectrum of protections for students against discrimination on the basis of disability.
This toolkit highlights promising practices used by schools across the U.S. to increase college completion.
This packet provides checklists, guidance, resources, and templates of commonly required documents to help justice-impacted youth prepare for their future after leaving a facility.
This annual report summarizes OCR’s compliance and enforcement activities in FY 2016. OCR received a record 16,270 complaint filings, resolved 8,625 cases, and initiated 13 proactive compliance reviews.
This report provides a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of U.S. education, from pre-kindergarten through graduate school.
This report provides a broad framework that clarifies research types and provides basic guidance about the purpose, justification, design features, and expected outcomes from various research types.
These regulations will guide the development of the accountability, data reporting, and state plan provisions of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
This report examines the use of private education loans by both undergraduate and graduate students in the 2003–04, 2007–08, and 2011–12 academic years.
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