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  • Internet access still lacking for city’s homeless students

    Dec 4, 2020

    12.04.2020 | City & State | In the last school year, more than 111,000 New York City students experienced homelessness – including nearly 33,000 who lived in city shelters and roughly 73,000 who “doubled up” in temporary housing situations, according to a new report from the education nonprofit Advocates for Children of New York. And even before the pandemic, those students – 85% of whom are Black or Hispanic – faced obstacles to education. Read article