MCKINNEY-VENTO LIAISON CREDENTIALING PROGRAM AND ESSENTIAL STAFF TRAININGBUILDING AN ARMY OF AWARENESS
ONLINE TRAINING COURSES
The Level 1 McKinney-Vento Liaison Credentialing Course provides comprehensive and ESSA mandated training for anyone fulfilling the role of homeless liaison for their school or district. Based on the Every Student Succeeds Act, the Level 1 course topics include identification, enrollment, dispute resolution, transportation, and more. Liaisons learn about their duties under the law, gain permanent access to everyday resources they can use right away, and complete assessments along the way to earn a certificate. Coordinators and district admin can monitor progress, with automated and easy reporting specifically designed around your states requirements.
The Level 2 McKinney-Vento Liaison Credentialing Course provides a deeper understanding of compliance for ESSA requirements and helps Liaisons move from a basic understanding of the law to meaningful practice in helping move students toward stability and success.
The McKinney-Vento Essential Staff Training Courses aims to equip all school personnel with professional development and training to heighten their awareness of, and capacity to respond to specific problems in the education of homeless children and youths (a requirement of the McKinney Vento Homeless Youth Act). Specific courseware is available for each staff position in any public district or charter. After completing the course, school staff will know who their own district liaison is, and everyone will be ready to connect homeless students and their families to critical resources and services. By educating every essential staff member in the school system, we are arming our homeless liaisons with additional ambassadors to ensure the educational excellence and success of our children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness.
Essential Staff Course Catalog
Annually updated for ESSA standards and customized per your state requirements
|MV Essential Staff – General Overview||An overview of Mckinney Vento that all Essential Staff will view prior to taking their career specific course.|
|MV Essential Staff – Administration||Principals, Superintendents, School Leaders, School Boards|
|MV Essential Staff – Athletics||Coaches, Assistants, P.E. Teachers|
|MV Essential Staff – Counselors||School Counselors, Social Workers and School Psychologist|
|MV Essential Staff – Early Childhood||Child Care and Preschool Directors, Classroom|
|MV Essential Staff – Food Service||Directors and Line Staff|
|MV Essential Staff – Enrollment||School Secretaries, Pupil Accounting, and Registrars|
|MV Essential Staff – Media Centers and Librarians||School Librarians, Media Specialists, Directors|
|MV Essential Staff – Special Education||Directors, Teachers, Paraprofessionals|
|MV Essential Staff – Title I||Coordinators, State & Federal Program Supervisors, Title I staff|
|MV Essential Staff – Transportation||Directors, Coordinators and Drivers|
6452 E Fulton St #1
Ada, MI 49301
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We are a team of educators and impact entrepreneurs looking to equip our Mckinney-Vento liaisons with the tools and resources to drive change and impact the lives of our homeless youth across the country.
What People are Saying
“ The biggest piece, in my opinion, is that it has addressed the capacity issue for Liaisons. Many LEAs’ Admin staff who were doing MV finally realized they can’t do the Liaison’s job without these tools!”
“As a grant coordinator, I am getting fewer basic questions from liaisons because the course has given them the basic knowledge needed to answer simple questions and is leading them to deeper thinking and deeper questions.“
“We have 15 more LEAs reporting homeless students than ever before! Many LEAs that already did report homeless students are reporting an increase this year. NM Data Reporting (after only 6 months using the program); 10% more LEAs reporting, which has resulted in 137 more students identified after taking Liaison Credentialing online course.”