| November 27, 2012
Growing number of kids homeless in wake of ‘Great Recession’
Before the sun rises, Cindy and Patrick Kennard wake their three daughters, fold their cots and pack their lives into suitcases. The Tennessee family is one of a growing number of homeless families in suburban and rural America. More than a million school-aged children are homeless, the highest number ever on record in the United States. NBC News' Ann Curry’s full report airs Thursday, Nov. 29 at 10pm/9c on NBC’s Rock Center with Brian Williams.