Drawn from the voices of youth, this report details the struggles of homeless students and provides insight into helping them achieve academic success.
Authored by Civic and sponsored by The Raikes Foundation, this report is based on interviews with educators in Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, Texas, and Virginia to identify strategies school and districts are using to successfully mitigate the challenges students experiencing homelessness face in attending and succeeding in school.
As COVID-19 disrupts education, services and life across the country, children and youth experiencing homelessness are exceptionally vulnerable. This page offers resources to help meet their needs as we respond to this global crisis.
Each year, the Education Leads Home Campaign publishes Snapshots for all 50 State and the District of Columbia. The Snapshots provide the most up-to-date data on the number of homeless students identified and enrolled in public schools…
Check out upcoming webinars hosted by SchoolHouse Connection and industry experts on the topic of homelessness and education.
Resources to help you learn about the needs of young children experiencing homelessness, and how communities can meet their needs.
Carefully-compiled resources on federal preK-12 law and policy, including tools, innovative practices, and the latest research.
Resources to help you learn the challenges facing college students who are homeless, and how higher ed institutions and communities can meet their needs.
Learn more about student homelessness where you live and work with the new tool, The United States of Student Homelessness.
The negative effects of housing instability are known, but this policy brief suggests that these effects do not end when a student is stably housed.