Decades of scientific research has demonstrated that homelessness experienced during early childhood is harmful to a child’s growth and development. The stress of homelessness during early childhood can lead to potentially permanent harmful changes in brain and body function, in turn causing higher levels of stress-related chronic diseases later in life. In addition, a growing body of evidence has established that a child’s health and development are critically dependent on his mother’s mental and physical well-being during pregnancy.
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Order Texas Homeless Education Resources
The Texas homeless education posters and brochures are in the process of being updated to reflect the current ESSA and state law provisions. The target release date is Fall 2019. An updated ordering process will be made available soon.
Barbara Wand James Homeless Student Support Scholarship
This scholarship celebrates Ms. James' 24 years of service as Director of The Texas Homeless Education Office (THEO). For more information and to donate to the fund, click here.
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