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The seminal work on homeless students and our responsibility to educate them
School-aged children in homeless families and independent homeless youth represent the fastest-growing population of homeless individuals in the United States. This volume brings the issue to light with substantial and far-reaching research that describes the plight of these children, the legal framework surrounding the issue, and educators’ roles in teaching homeless children. Homelessness Comes to School also outlines effective intervention programs and provides specific guidelines for teaching homeless students. Topics covered include:
Evaluating the scope of the problem and developing interventions for these students at risk must be a priority for service providers and policy makers. This resource will give all involved parties a well-grounded understanding of homelessness and guidelines for working together toward a solution.
|Author:||Joseph Murphy, Kerri Tobin|
|Audience:||Elementary (K-5), Middle (6-8), High (9-12)|
|Release Date:||March 23, 2011|