For school administrators, shrinking budgets mean numbers that won't add up, which ultimately leaves students without enough pencils or paper. But one group is trying to help by connecting donors with schools in need.
Daisy Caban, a first-grade teacher at PS 152 Dyckman Valley in the Bronx, New York, said that budget cuts in the city's public schools mean that she will not have enough supplies to get through the year.
"The schools, yes, they provide us with some materials," Caban said. "But...Full Story