As a “homeless concerns” liaison in Hawaii’s public schools, Clyde Aikau tracks nearly 300 students and their families. He works 17 hours a week with elementary, middle and high school students in Honolulu’s urban core. But they can live as far away as Nanakuli, couch surfing from place to place with their families. Read more
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