Advocating the Education Needs of Homeless Children - 4:14
Carlos Carter
Posted Mar 05, 2018
Children are included in the homeless population, according to Carlos Carter, Executive Director, Homeless Children's Education Fund in Pittsburgh, who says anxiety about no food or place to sleep causes developmental issues for these homeless kids in school. Helping homeless children can break the cycle of poverty through help at all levels of their education including college and careers. Sheila Hyland hosts from the Chatham University Campus in Pittsburgh.
Hosted by: Sheila Hyland Produced by: Keystone Newsmakers Team

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