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Tue May 7, 2013
Education Forum Today: Who Are Louisville's At-Risk Students and How Are They Served?
Many Louisville students are labeled "at-risk"—some because of family education, health history or income levels.How are these students tracked, served and assured the opportunity to succeed?
Those questions will be explored in a public forum at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Iroquois Public Library, 601 W. Woodlawn Avenue.
WFPL Education Reporter Devin Katayama will be joined by the following guests:
- Carol Bartlett, Ph.D., Director, Family Resource & Youth Services Centers
- Theresa Whitlow, JCPS School-Based Student Response Team Coordinator
- Durk Davidson, youth services center coordinator at Olmsted North
- JCPS District 5 board member Linda Duncan.