NEW YORK - Student homelessness continues to rise throughout the city and state, that's according to a new report.
Advocates for Children of New York say there was a 2.7 percent increase of homeless students in city public and charter schools.
There are currently more than 114,000 students that identify as homeless, that's an estimated one in 10.
Overall, there was a 3.1 percent increase in the state.
The report highlights new initiatives the city is taking to help these students, including yellow bus service for children living in shelters and after-school reading programs.
NY1 has reached out to the city's Department of Education for comment.