Homeless Graduates


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Charlie Boss of the Columbus Dispatch tells stories of graduates who don't have permanent addresses.

He relates how a few of these graduates are being kicked out of their homes, leading risky lives and staying in homeless shelters or friends' houses. For most of these graduates, their respective schools are their solace. To at least alleviate the hardness of their situations, youth groups, nonprofit groups for the homeless, and school teachers have provided them assistance, even as little as stashing extra food and washing clothes for them.

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