Surge in number of homeless students concerns educators

About 1,500 Memphis, Tenn., students were homeless last year, and that number has continued to increase as the country's economic recession takes its toll on families. Educators say homeless students require additional assistance buying supplies and uniforms, and they may require tutors or have added academic and medical needs.

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