Children on the Streets of the Americas: Homelessness, Education, and Globalization in the United States, Brazil, and Cuba

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NOTES
1.
Earlier versions of this chapter were presented at the 1996 Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Educational Society and published in the Journal of Children and Poverty (1997) by James H. Stronge. Assistance by Evelyn Reed-Victor and Patricia Popp in updating this chapter is gratefully acknowledged.

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b

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c

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h

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k

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l

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