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American Almanac
Journal of Children & Poverty

Reports and Briefs

One Degree of Separation: Education, Sex, and Family Planning among New York City's Homeless Mothers


A comparison of homeless mothers in New York City found that homeless mothers who didn’t complete high school were more likely to be pregnant as teenagers than their counterparts who completed high school. The report also examines contraceptive usage and attitudes as well as abortion rates among this population, contextualizes the role teen pregnancy plays in continuing the cycle of poverty, and offers solutions for increasing contraceptive usage and educational attainment among homeless mothers.

Empty Seats: The Epidemic of Absenteeism Among Homeless Elementary Students

The Invisible Majority: Doubled-up Students in New York City Public Schools

Meeting the Child Care Needs of Homeless Families: How Do States Stack Up?

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