Unhoused Students Law and Legal Definition
The number of students in excess of the functional capacity of a school facility and a community provider facility for a community provider providing early childhood education programs for preschool is unhoused students. Unhoused students is measured on the basis of the functional capacity of a building in relation to the preschool facilities planning standards.
Unhoused students are those students who are not housed in school facilities that are structurally sound with adequate space as defined by the state board.[ O.C.G.A. § 20-2-260].
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- All Students [Education]
- At-Risk Students
- Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk [CRESPAR]
- Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities [Education]
- Disabled Students
- Enrollment of Needy Students
- Full-Time Equivalent Students
- High Concentration of Low-Income Students [Education]
- School Serving Low-Income Students [Education]
- Students from Traditionally Underrepresented Backgrounds [Education]