These are the main sources and datasets that I used during my research. If you are looking for academic papers on family and children homelessness, feel free to contact me, I read a bunch of them during the preliminary stage of this project.
Some of the data that you see in this project were calculated by me. Most of them are just simple percentages. In case you want to know from where I got those numbers, please, let me know.
The NCHE provides "technical assistance and information center for the federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program". It is funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
It is part of the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences.
It is defined as a interagency, that represents "state agency heads" and "statewide organizations and homeless advocacy groups."
It defines itself as a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization. It is funded by "research grants from government agencies and private foundations, by investment income, and by contributions from individuals and corporations."
The Shimberg Center for Housing Studies is associated to the University of Florida. In its web is published who support the center.
Federal agency of the U.S. Department of Labor.
First Focus defines itself as "bipartisan advocacy organization."
Research center within The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute.
It defines itself as a nonprofit, nonpartisan fact tank. It's main funder is The Pew Charitable Trust. It is explained here.
Defined as a nonprofit research organization. Their funders are foundations and public institutions. It can be read in their web.
It defines itself as a "independent nonprofit" organization.
"Research arm" of the Legislature of Florida.
Agency of the Department of Commerce.
Research center of the University of Florida.
Project from the private foundation Annie E. Casey.