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  • Manhattan Borough President wants de Blasio’s Thrive NYC funds for school social workers

    Jun 10, 2019

    06.06.2019 | New York Daily News | As it now stands, 100 city schools that serve 50 or more students who live in homeless shelters do not have a social worker specifically tasked to addressing their needs, according to Randi Levine, policy director for Advocates for Children of New York. “We get calls from families of students who need behavioral and emotional support and are not receiving it in schools,” she said. Read article