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"Evicted" Author Talks About Housing's Impact On Poor Students & Their Parents

The connections between housing and education are no secret at this point. Earlier this week, New York media outlets including the NYT noted that homeless children have higher absentee rates because they’re trying to travel to schools that aren’t close to the shelters to which they’ve been assigned. A recent Washington Post article noted “the remarkable thing that happens to poor kids when you help their parents with rent.
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