• Homeless Education Program
    The program was designed to provide assistance to homeless students and families in compliance with the McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance Act, an integral part of No Child Left Behind.  Program personnel work in collaboration with school personnel and community service agencies in an effort to maximize access to various educational, social and enrichment programs which promote academic success and student achievement.
    Program Objectives
    • Provide ongoing training, technical assistance and advocacy district wide to ensure federal statutes and district policy are being followed in regards to homeless students in the LAUSD.
    • Remove barriers to academic success for McKinney Vento eligible students by providing needed supplies such as backpacks, school supplies, clothing, transportation, etc.
    • Educate students and parents on their educational rights.
    • Promote parent participation in school related activities.



    Program Staff
    Currently the LAUSD Homeless Education Program is staffed by a Coordinator, Lead PSA Counselor, eighteen PSA Counselors, six PSA Aides, PSA Counselor Aide, Senior Parent Community Facilitator, and a Senior Office Technician. The program works to serve the identified students and families that are experiencing homelessness within our district boundaries. In the 2017-2018 school year, 15,665 students experiencing  homelessness were identified and served.

    Program Staff Directory 

  • Contact

    Denise Miranda, Ed.D.

    333 S. Beaudry Ave., 29th Floor
    Los Angeles, CA 90017
    P: (213) 241-3840
    F: (213) 241-3305

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    Coordinated Entry Service Sites Education Coordinator Contact Information

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