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

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TABLES
1.1 Science and Technology Indicators: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
1.2 Information and Technology Indicators: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
1.3 Economic Indicators: Brazil and Cuba
1.4 Indicators of Income Inequality: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
1.5 Public Health Indicators: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
1.6 Adult, Child, and Infant Health Indicators: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
1.7 Indicators of Education and Literacy: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States
10.1 Situation of Children in Círculos Infantiles Mixtos: Cuba
10.2 Homes for Children without Family Protection: Cuba
21.1 Characteristics of Educational Programs for Homeless and Street Children

FIGURES
1.1 Map of the Americas
1.2 Guarani Indian family
3.1 Cuban children in parade
4.1 A Child’s Place children in transitional classroom
5.1 Street child cleaning car window in Rio
5.2 Street child selling plants in São Paulo
10.1 Estado de Cambodia children eating lunch
10.2 Estado de Cambodia teachers and children watching dance performance
11.1 A homeless student at A Child’s Place discussing her drawing
12.1 Axé band
13.1 Students at Brownstone
14.1 Semear on July 4
14.2 Semear girls sewing
16.1 Vista of a Curumim building
16.2 A Curumim classroom
19.1 Berkeley homeless youth
20.1 Death squad murder victim in Rio
21.1 Youth holds globe

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