Posts Tagged ‘Parents’

Growing Up in America 6/23/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Diana Zarzuelo for the June 23rd episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Chris Gustafson, Public Policy Coordinator at CHILDREN AT RISK’s North Texas office, explains the significance of the number 60. Interview: Brian Greene, President of...

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Growing Up in America 6/16/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the June 16th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK summer Intern Kaylen Strench explains the significance of the number 32. Interview: Alexis Angelo, AmeriCorps VISTA at Sewa International Houston, talks about refugee youth programs. Interview: Rachel Canter, Executive...

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Growing Up in America 5/12/14

Join Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini for the May 12th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Ashley Lai, Outreach Coordinator at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 1. Interview: Tim Schauer from Cornerstone Government Affairs talks about...

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Growing Up in America 4/21/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Brian Greene, President of the Houston Food Bank,  for the April 21st episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Caroline Neary, Assistant Director of the Center for Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the...

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Growing Up in America 8/26/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 26th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Megan Schneider, Associate Director of the Center for Parenting and Family Well-Being at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 150,000. Interview: Brian Greene,...

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Growing Up in America 8/19/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 19th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Caroline Neary, Assistant Director of Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 778. Interview: Pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini talks...

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Growing Up in America 8/12/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Brian Greene from the Houston Food Bank for the August 12th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Staff Attorney Todd Latiolais explains the significance of the number 635. Interview: Congressman Ted Poe talks...

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Growing Up in America 7/29/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the July 29th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Research & Data Intern Catherine Woodiel explains the significance of the number 125,000. Interview: Pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini talks about some teen health...

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Growing Up in America 7/15/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the July 15th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Megan Schneider, Associate Director of the Center for Parenting & Family Well-Being at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 553,400. Interview: Brian Greene, President...

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Growing Up in America 7/1/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the July 1st episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Staff Attorney Keveney Avila explains the significance of the number 31. Interview: Dr. Terry Grier, HISD’s Superintendent of Schools, talks about the North...

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