The Number Of Homeless Children In American Public Schools Is Skyrocketing
The higher numbers may simply reflect an economy that continues to stagnate for many. “The significant increase in homeless students indicates that the recession is having a lingering effect for many children and families, and a severe lack of affordable housing in the United States is a major contributor,” Cara Baldari, senior policy director for family economics at First Focus Campaign for Children, told ThinkProgress...
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