I was so pleased that Fenton Charter Schools asked if students were homeless . I’m so used to telling parents what their rights are that I’m kinda blown away that a school reached out to find out and educate.
School on Wheels is awesome! Good job @uscannenberg & @SchoolonWheels The average homeless student falls 3 months behind their class every time they switch schools and the stress of homelessness means mom or dad may not have the time or a place to help with homework and school related work. School on Wheels bridges thatContinue reading “How One-On-One Tutoring Is Creating Possibilities For LA’s Homeless Youth”
On September 13th the Los Angeles Unified School District will start the 2010 – 2011 School Year. At least one student in every school will be homeless. In some schools, it is more like 2 or more homeless students per grade. How can these kids – living in shelters, shuffling between family and friends – keep up withContinue reading “School on Wheels”