Children experiencing homelessness are less likely to attend school, more likely to finish their schooling early and not as likely to progress as far educationally as other children. This in turn leads to limited life choices for these children and also longer-term costs in unemployment and lost productivity to the community.
- What works for children experiencing homelessness and/or family/domestic violence? (February – April 2013)
- What works for children experiencing homelessness and/or family/domestic violence? Part 2: Resource Guide
- Education Development Project: Improving Educational and Housing Outcomes for Children Experiencing Homelessness (October 2009)
- The Right to Belong: Family Homelessness and Citizenship Report (July 2009)
- Human Rights and Citizenship: What Does it Mean for Women and Children who Experience Homelessness? Presentation (March 2009)
- Family Homelessness and Citizenship Presentation (July 2008)