The New York Times | New York Charters Enroll Fewer Homeless Pupils Than City Schools

City data reveals a record number of New Yorkers are experiencing homelessness. Throughout the city, The New York Times reports, “charter schools are serving fewer homeless students, proportional to their total enrollment, than traditional public schools.” However, The New York Foundling’s Mott Haven Academy in the South Bronx prioritizes seats for homeless children and children in foster care. READ MORE

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