Posts Tagged ‘Policy’

Growing Up in America 3/17/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the March 17th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Chris Gustafson, Public Policy Coordinator from CHILDREN AT RISK’s North Texas office, explains the significance of the number 14. Interview: Christopher Nelson, President of St. John’s...

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Growing Up in America 3/10/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the March 10th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Jenny Eyer, Project Coordinator at CHILDREN AT RISK’s North Texas office, explains the significance of the number 25. Interview: Dr. Kristen Luschen, Associate Professor of Education...

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Growing Up in America 2/10/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the February 10th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Ellen Schwaller, Project Coordinator for the Center for Social Measurement and Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 250,000. Interview: Dr. Edward Burger,...

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Growing Up in America 2/3/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the February 3rd 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 0.02%. Interview: Tim Schauer...

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Growing Up in America 1/13/14

Join Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Dr. Scott Van Beck from Houston A+ Challenge for the January 13th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Jessica Noel, Research Coordinator at CHILDREN AT RISK’s North Texas office, talks about the significance of the number...

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Growing Up in America 12/30/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Brian Greene from the Houston Food Bank for the special New Year’s episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! They are joined by Dr. Rachel Kimbro, Jesse Tow, Dr. Claire Bocchini, and Jason Sabo as they make predictions about...

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Growing Up in America 10/14/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the October 14th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Staff Attorney at CHILDREN AT RISK North Texas, Suma Ananthaswamy, explains the significance of the number 3.3 million. Interview: HISD Spokesman Jason Spencer talks about local and national...

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Growing Up in America 9/30/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the September 30th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Ellen Schwaller, Project Coordinator for the Center for Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 47,100. Interview: Pediatrician Dr....

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Growing Up in America 9/23/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the September 23rd episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Assistant Director of Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, Caroline Neary, explains the significance of the number 135. Interview: Diana Zarzuelo talks about the...

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Growing Up in America 9/16/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the September 16th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Managing Director of CHILDREN AT RISK North Texas, Jaime Hanks Meyers, explains the significance of the number 37,800. Interview: CHILDREN AT RISK intern Clarence Pierre talks about...

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