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Number of homeless NYC students is over 100,000. An expert says that's likely an undercount.

11.09.2021 | NY1: Inside City Hall | Earlier this week, Advocates for Children released a report showing more than 100,000 students currently live in unstable housing across the state. Data show nearly 1 in 10 city public school students were homeless last year. 

Jennifer Pringle, from Advocates for Children of New York, joined Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” on Tuesday evening to talk about this crisis. She is the director of Project Lit, which stands for Learning In Temporary Housing, a program that provides assistance, education, and advocacy for students experiencing homelessness. Watch video