Jylil wanted to make sure that the school to prison pipeline wasn’t the end of his story. Bad choices born out of poverty routinely lead to a life sentence of housing insecurity. Jylil had paid his debt to society and was ready to make the most of his second chance. Despite holding a steady job, the reluctance of landlords to give Jylil that chance meant months of living in a motel—paying $600 a week. Finally, he was able to find an apartment for himself, his wife, and their three kids.