Schoolhouse Washington improves housing stability and advances educational success for students experiencing homelessness.
Are you a student in Washington (preschool through 12th grade) who wonders whether or not you are considered homeless, how you can enroll in and attend school, or what your rights are as an unaccompanied homeless youth? Our new Know Your Rights Toolkit will help you advocate for yourself.read more
Lead researchers and authors of the Youth of Color Needs Assessment explore the ways in which their report busts myths about youth of color experiencing homelessness, and discuss the school- and community-based supports that youth identified as most needed. Part two of a two-part series.read more
Pongo Poetry at Schoolhouse Washington Awards Fellowship Grants to Four Washington Middle Schools/School Districts
Fellowship grants will help middle-school students use personal poetry to deal with housing instability and other trauma.read more