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Schools scramble to help students with no place to live

Jonathan Santiago, 9, rested with his mother, Frances, outside the House of Hope homeless shelter, where they live, in Lowell. Jonathan Santiago, 9, rested with his mother, Frances, outside the House of Hope homeless shelter, where they live, in Lowell. (Ellen Harasimowicz for The Boston Globe)
By Connie Paige
Globe Correspondent / October 6, 2008

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With the numbers of homeless across the state on the rise, local school officials are scrambling to provide services and absorb costs for an expected surge in homeless students. (Full article: 624 words)

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