New research finds that without a high school diploma or GED, youth are 4.5 times more likely to experience homelessness as young adults than their peers who completed high school, highlighting the role of education as a critical intervention to prevent future homelessness. 2018 marks the first year for which all states are required to track graduation rates for students experiencing homelessness. This requirement shines a light on the unique challenges faced by students who are homeless, as well as on the success that is possible when the right supports are provided. This webinar will feature lessons learned from one state and three school districts that have made significant progress in raising graduation rates for students experiencing homelessness. Get ideas for strategies to support students experiencing homelessness to graduate from high school – a necessary prerequisite for stable employment, higher education, and a better future.