Families Most at Risk of Becoming Homeless Are Those __________.
Families MOST at risk of becoming homeless are those __________.
A)who have experienced a crisis,such as a job loss,that resulted in a drastic reduction of income
B)that must pay more than 30 percent of their monthly income for rent or other housing costs
C)who are victims of family violence,and may initially seek refuge in shelters for battered women
D)who do not have relatives,parents,or close friends to whom they can turn for support
E)All of the above
The nation's essential but low-paid workers,especially those working in child care and retail establishments and as aides in nursing homes and hospitals,often face __________ poverty.
According to the text,at least __________ children are physically abused each year,and many die as a result.
Of all cases of abuse,almost 90 percent is committed by the child's __________.
B)parent or guardian
D)babysitter or nanny
E)Both a and b