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More NYC Students Were Homeless Last Year, Even as Enrollment Declined
For the seventh year in a row and through two mayoral administrations, more than 100,000 New York City students experienced homelessness in the most recent full school year, increasing by approximately 3,000 students compared to the year before, data released this week shows.
For the 2021-2022 school year, approximately 10 percent of students, “enough children to fill Yankee Stadium twice over” lacked a permanent home, according to the data analysis by Advocates for Children of New York’s (AFC).
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