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EDU 644 Week 3 DQ 2 Tale of Two Cities and Homelessness
EDU 644 Week 3 DQ 2 Tale of Two Cities and Homelessness
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EDU 644 Week 3 DQ 2 Tale of Two Cities and Homelessness

This discussion is an opportunity to compare and contrast policies and resources that support homeless children and families from two different cities, New York and Chicago. The information you analyze will either support a recommendation you make to either city or an idea for potential application of supports elsewhere. Additionally, the graphic will be included as part of your Week Six Final Project Prepare for this discussion by reviewing the required resources listed below for each city and by reviewing the Week Three Instructor Guidance.

•    Chicago Resources: Review the All Chicago website, the Chicago Coalition for the Homelesswebsite, and the newspaper articles from Hirst (2013) and Steinberg (2012) about homelessness in Chicago.  

•    New York Resources: Review the Covenant House website, the Safe Horizon (2014) homeless youth facts page, and the Saulny (2012) newspaper article about homeless youth in New York.

Initial Post: Review the resources provided above. Create an initial post that includes the two parts described below.

Visual: Use a visual graphic of your choice such as a Venn diagram or chart using PowerPoint, SmartArt features in Microsoft Word, or Thinking maps® to compare and contrast the following five factors pertaining to homelessness:

a.    Statistical data about the prevalence of youth homelessness in New York and Chicago.

b.    Statistical data regarding populations of homeless, including youth.

c.    Types/levels of supports available including, but not limited to, shelters, community and school-based supports, etc.

d.    The policies supporting homelessness in each state.

e.    At least one other interesting statistic or learned information of your choice about homelessness.

Description: Along with the attachment of your graphic, describe in one to two paragraphs the information about homelessness in New York and Chicago that interested or surprised you. Discuss how the information enhanced what you already knew about homelessness. Additionally, describe your viewpoint about the programs, policies, supports, or resources explored in terms of their overall effectiveness or potential for effectiveness. Finally, either suggest one recommendation for the cities of New York and Chicago about how they can serve groups and individuals, including homeless youth, or discuss how one policy or resource you discovered could potentially benefit another city such as one you reside in or that is familiar to you.

Guided Response: Respond to a minimum of two peers. In your responses, discuss how the information in your peer’s visual comparison varies from your own. Did your conclusions about the policies in these states vary? If yes, discuss what might account for those variations. Respond to those areas your peers found surprising as well as their recommendation for improvement. You are encouraged to ask a question for clarification or to stimulate further thinking about their idea. Though two replies is the basic expectation, for deeper engagement and learning you are encouraged to provide responses to any comments or questions others have given to you to further the conversation while also giving you opportunities to demonstrate your content expertise, critical thinking, and real-world experiences with the topic of homelessness.

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