Schoolhouse Washington improves housing stability and advances educational success for students experiencing homelessness.
Interviews and Data Reveal Lack of Support for Students and Families of Color Experiencing Homelessness
How can schools be more supportive? “Number one on my list is just more understanding,” replied one family of color.
In Washington, the rate of student homelessness is highest in rural areas. With limited resources, supporting students and families in rural communities can be especially challenging. McKinney-Vento liaisons across the state are finding help through peer learning.
Our latest in-depth data analysis finds academic outcomes for students experiencing homelessness far below their housed peers.
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