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  • Advocates Apply Pressure On Mayor-Elect Adams As New Report Shows 101,000 City Students Experience Homelessness

    Nov 9, 2021

    11.08.2021 | CBS 2 New York |  A new report finds for the sixth year in a row more than 100,000 students in New York City’s public schools experienced homelessness. 

    Now, a coalition of advocacy organizations are calling on Mayor-elect Eric Adams to take more aggressive steps to address the problem, CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reported Monday. 

    “Educational supports for students need to be overhauled,” said Jennifer Pringle, project director for Advocates for Children. Watch video