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Should where a child rests his or her head at night impact the quality of the education they receive?
KCPT and American Public Square examine the relationship between poverty, housing and education in our metro in this town hall conversation.

Panelists: Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter, Outgoing Superintendent, Hickman Mills School District
Tony Kline, Superintendent & Executive Director, University Academy
Dr. Angela Rachidi, Research Fellow, Poverty Studies, American Enterprise Institute
David A. Smith, Chief of Communications and Governmental Relations, Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

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