The tough economy has left at least ten thousand Tennessee school children drifting with their families from motel rooms, to friends’ couches, to a relative’s home for shelter. School officials who track that movement call them families “living in transition.” WPLN’s Anne Marshall has the story of one family struggling to keep life as normal as possible.
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