Last year, Massachusetts schools identified some 1,400 students as homeless and living without a parent or guardian — nearly double the amount of unaccompanied homeless minors ten years ago. By law, schools are required to identify and help so-called unaccompanied homeless youth, but as Jenifer McKim from WGBH News’ New England Center for Investigative Reporting discovered, too often Massachusetts homeless youth are left to fend for themselves.