Dramatic increases in homeless students challenge schools

12/22/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

With twice as many students in some U.S. districts becoming homeless due to foreclosures and layoffs, many schools are struggling to provide services to children without permanent homes. Many more homeless children may not even make it to school, said Mathew Uretsky, homelessness coordinator for Oakland, Calif., schools.

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