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Listen: 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?
WFPL Education Reporter Devin Katayama is joined by the following guests to discuss those questions.
- 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
(Due to a corrupted audio file the first half of the forum was not saved. We apologize for any inconvenience)