Public Law 114-95 [S. 1177] : Every Student Succeeds Act: 114 P.L. 95; 129 Stat. 1802; 2015 Enacted S. 1177; 114 Enacted S. 1177: An Act To reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to ensure that every child achieves.
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Title I, Part A, subpart 1, section 1111(1)(g)(E) of this act requires the State educational agency to collaborate with the State title IV agency to ensure the educational stability of children in foster care, including assurances that the child remains in his or her school of origin. If a determination is made that it is not in the child's best interest to remain in the school of origin, the child must immediately be enrolled in a new school, and the enrolling school shall immediately contact the school last attended by the child to obtain relevant records.
Every Student Succeeds Act; EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; SPECIAL EDUCATION; STUDENTS; EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS; SCHOOL LINKED SERVICES