Restraint and Seclusion Policies, by State
When working with military families, here is a helpful resource to share with those who may have concerns about restraint and seclusion in their State or one where their family may be relocated. It gives specific information for each State, and is up to date as of December 31, 2016.
What You Should Know About the Interstate Compact
The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children addresses the unique challenges that military children experience because of frequent Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves. This document can help military families understand how the Interstate Compact works to help make moving and changing schools as simple as possible.
Military Children Can Retain Benefits into Adulthood
This chart can help parent centers assist military families plan for the future of their children as they approach adulthood, and navigate the choices best for their adult child. The Incapacitated Adult Child Identification allows adult children to retain their
benefits. They must apply before turning 21 (or between the ages of 21 to 23 if they are enrolled as a full-time student).