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The Cost of Not Investing in After-School Programs for Homeless Students

Huffington Post - Ralph da Costa Nunez - 5/2015

There are nearly 80,000 homeless students in New York City public schools. In a new Huffington Post blog, Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness President Ralph da Costa Nunez discusses the challenges faced by these students and explains why investing in after-school programs in shelters is the key to providing targeted and effective support to this vulnerable population.

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Quick Look: On the Map

Family homelessness in New York City is at an all-time high. If you only have one minute, use it to take a Quick Look at ICPH’s most recent report, which reveals the scope of family homelessness in every New York City neighborhood and ranks city council districts by the number of family shelter units. Stay tuned for more Quick Looks by neighborhood.

The Cost of Child Care

Journal of Children and Poverty
by Dona Anderson, Senior Public Affairs Officer

The latest issue of ICPH’s Journal of Children and Poverty (JCP) has just been released.


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