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photo of HancockDr. George Hancock (SERVE Center) received additional funding from the U.S. Department of Education for the project “National Center on Homeless Education (NCHE).”

With over 40 years of experience in homeless education among its staff members, NCHE has concentrated its efforts since 1998 to be the primary national repository of expertise in homeless education and to operate a highly responsive and efficient technical assistance center customized to the unique needs of its stakeholders. NCHE has honed its expertise not only as a technical assistance center, but as a technical assistance center specifically for building the capacity of educators and service providers who work to improve the education of homeless children and youth.

Stakeholder feedback, NCHE evaluation data, and ED’s performance review data consistently corroborate NCHE’s excellent work. NCHE is the “go to” agency for many stakeholders to access information, receive training, and identify solutions to challenges in serving homeless children and youth.

UNCG and NCHE’s committed staff look forward to continuing in its role to provide the assistance and support to all stakeholders, including parents and families experiencing homelessness, to help homeless students succeed in school and overcome the devastating effects of lacking a stable place to live.

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