HPRI Virtual Research Symposium: K-12 Student Homelessness

On Tuesday, July 28th, 2020, the Homelessness Policy Research Institute (HPRI) hosted a Virtual Research Symposium that provided a space for researchers, policymakers and providers to learn about and discuss current research on K-12 student homelessness and how providers are shifting strategies for students experiencing homelessness due to COVID-19. The program included several research presentations and a panel of service providers who discussed current opportunities and challenges within the field.

Panelists Included:

  • Gary Painter, Director, HPRI and USC Price Center for Social Innovation (Moderator)
  • Soledad De Gregorio, USC Price School of Public Policy
  • Tasminda Dhaliwal, USC Rossier School of Education
  • Earl Edwards, UCLA Graduate School of Education and Informational Studies
  • Charles Evans, School on Wheels
  • Jennifer Kottke, Los Angeles County Office of Education
  • Melissa Pena, Green Dot Public Schools

Watch the Highlight Reel:

Watch the Full Video:

Back to Events page