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Kid Builders Research Project - Phase II, Supporting the School Success of Homeless Children in Scarborough
Author(s): S. Sherkin
Organization: The Community Social Planning Council of Toronto
Publication Date: 2006
A joint project of Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre & The Community Social Planning Council of Toronto to look at the educational needs of school age children in Scarborough, a suburb of Toronto, and the links between academic achievement and performance and homelessness. The first part of the report looks at homelessness in Toronto and the reasons people look for shelter, the impact it has on children's health emotionally, physica...