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Teachers know from firsthand experience in the schools that the number of homeless students in the city is on the rise. Now the data confirm it. A new atlas of homelessness shows that the Bronx had 27,298 homeless students in 2012-13 — the highest number in the city. In Brooklyn, District 20 has had a 183 percent increase in the number of homeless students.

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Brooklyn new teachers’ meet and greet

New members from throughout Brooklyn were invited to the UFT borough office on Oct. 27 to get information and tips on topics that will help them both as educators and as union members.

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