NYLPI Joins Organizations in Recommending Improved Services for NY Students Experiencing Homelessness

November 10, 2021

Disability Justice, Education, News

A graphic that reads: 101,000 New York City students experienced homelessness in 2020-21.

NYLPI has joined a group of 40 organizations in calling upon newly-elected Mayor Adams and his incoming administration to take bold action to address the educational needs of students experiencing homelessness.

The recommendations come along with a report released by Advocates for Children that found over 100,000 New York City public school students were homeless last year.

Read the full list of recommendations on our website and find additional reporting by the New York Times, NY Daily News, and NY Chalk Beat.

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