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Foster Care Children Guidance - Point of Contact

Mrs. Florence Hill,
Point of Contact for the
Education Stability for Children in Foster Care
(662) 449-7128
florence.hill@dcsms.org

 

LEGISLATION AND GUIDANCE

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law on December 10, 2015, amending the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.  For the first time, the Every Student Succeeds Act embeds federal education law requirements that emphasize school stability and success for youth in foster care.

The Every Student Succeeds Act emphasizes the importance of limiting educational disruption of children placed in foster care who move due to entering care or changing placements by mandating the the child remain in their schools or origin unless it is determined by the LEA and state child welfare agency that changing schools is in the child's best interest.

If you have any questions or need information concerning this information, please feel free to contact Mrs. Florence Hill at the district office at the contact information above.

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