As food needs for California's community college students have increased, their campus food pantries face stagnant budgets.
Cerritos College opens state’s first exclusive housing for homeless community college students.
So far, almost no money in federal coronavirus aid bills has been set aside for students with unstable housing.
Many homeless students may be “lost to school forever” as campuses closed in response to the pandemic, advocates fear.
California schools must do a better job of counting and providing services to homeless students, audit says.
Child care can change the lives of homeless children and their parents. Two counties are trying to help enroll them in free programs.
Increasing financial aid for California college students among 21 new proposals
Butte County’s Oroville City Elementary School District, which has a suspension rate that is three times the statewide average, is being investigated by the state Bureau of Children's Justice.
Though no one knows exactly how many college students are homeless, experts believe the problem has worsened.
Much debate is ahead about legislation to expand Cal Grants beyond tuition costs. Gov. Newsom says state must balance different needs.
Despite steady overall progress, gaps among student ethnic and racial groups persist. The new data will indicate which low-performing school districts will receive assistance when the California School Dashboard is released next month.
Wildfires, floods and soaring housing costs have left thousands of families homeless in outlying areas of the state.
A new national survey reveals a complex trajectory of how LGBT youth become homeless.
More than 100 community colleges are beefing up their services for students who lack adequate food or shelter.
Of the nation's 1.6 million homeless youth, 40 percent identify as LGBT, according to one survey.