Friday, August 16, 2013

Gotta Be Bush's Fault

3,100 Osceola students going back to school are homeless
The Osceola County School District is looking at troubling numbers to start the school year, but it has nothing to do with grades -- the number of homeless students is on the rise, and school officials believe that number will continue growing.

At the end of the last school year, more than 3,100 students were registered as homeless or "in transition." That is up from around 2,000 the year before.

"It keeps growing," Campbell continued. "We think we'll be at 3,800 by the end of this year. Even though the economy is improving, people are still being displaced."
Let's all pretend we don't know why this is happening, because we all know we can't lay the blame squarely on the head of the Obama administration. He wouldn't like that.

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