At Cal State, Student Homelessness Has Been Hidden Until Now

Friday, August 26, 2016
Los Angeles Times

Cal State, the nation’s largest public university system, has embarked on an unprecedented effort to identify and count its many students who quietly juggle classes, multiple jobs and the anxiety of figuring out where to sleep at night — those who dutifully show up at classes but then curl up in their cars, shower at the gym and shuffle between couches and motels. 

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