420,000 homeless kids went missing from schools’ rolls last year. They may never be found

Posted on AllSides October 16th, 2021
From The Center
Neal Morton, Hechinger Report

A week before school started in the sunny desert city of St. George, Utah, Mike Carr waited at the front desk of the only emergency youth shelter in this southern Utah county.

He noticed a young mother on a sectional couch in the living room swaddling her infant in a pink blanket, idly watching a Marvel movie. In the neighboring kitchen, some teenagers — each a potential student that Carr hoped to talk to — prepared lunch before retiring to one of the shelter’s 15 beds.

Carr runs a one-person...

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