Homeless kids helped design a new school built specifically to help them excel | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: June 21, 2024

After listening to homeless children speak about the ideal elements they would want in a school, a non-profit in Oklahoma City has built a school specifically for those kids. The idea of the school is to help homeless kids get back up to speed so they can enter the public school system while dually providing those children with the things they’re missing without a home of their own. The school, which is set to open in September, features a big kitchen, spaces to nap, a treehouse, and many other homely elements.

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