Mayor Lovely Warren said she's concerned about the statistics. "It's sad. We look at our social issues in the city and that's why we are ranked one of the highest in childhood poverty and it's reflective of the issues we need to deal with in our city," she said.
The state data shows the number of school-aged homeless children in New York state nearly doubled in five years.
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