Special Populations focuses on supporting schools and districts in meeting the needs of a variety of students who may require extra support to be successful in school and beyond. These students include English Learners, migrant, immigrant students, students who are homeless, and students housed in neglected or delinquent facilities. Support is provided to the districts in the areas of monitoring and compliance. Schools and districts are assisted to ensure that the populations are proficient and showing growth in all assessed areas, graduating high school, ready for college and career, have access to high-quality early childhood programs, have effective teachers and leaders, and have educators who are able to effectively use world-class data systems to improve student outcomes.
- Title I Part C - Migrant
- Title I Part D - Neglected and Delinquent
- Title III Part A - English Learners
- Title IX - Homeless