1 In 10 College Students In Mass. Are Homeless. More Are Hungry. It’s Past Time We Recognize Their Reality

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“Food and housing are basic human needs. No college should need to become a social services agency in order to help provide them. For BHCC and other institutions offering their students assistance, it is simply a matter of retention and graduation. Fundamentally it’s about helping people get good jobs and establish stable lives.”

Click on this link to read the full OpEd piece by Sara Goldrick-Rab and Pam Eddinger.

http://www.wbur.org/cognoscenti/2018/05/17/hunger-and-homelessness-college-students-pam-eddinger-sara-goldrick-rab

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