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Wednesday, Jun. 29th 2016

The Neighborhood Effect

When:
November 15, 2016 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
2016-11-15T17:30:00-06:00
2016-11-15T20:00:00-06:00
Where:
Pierson Auditorium
5000 Holmes St
Kansas City, MO 64110
USA
Cost:
$15 student | $25 single | $45 couple | Members entitled to complimentary ticket(s)

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Join us for Dinner at the Square as we examine the relationship between poverty, housing and education on November 15th. Distinguished panelists will discuss the link between poverty and housing and how this, in turn, relates to educational opportunities. They will also discuss what choices, steps or policies can or should be taken to change the current situation.  

Featuring special guest panel:

Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter
Superintendent, Hickman Mills C-1 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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2 Comments on “The Neighborhood Effect”

  1. sharice Says:

    will we ” the neighborhood ” be able to make suggestions

  2. Sami Dowd Says:

    Hi, Sharice!

    At our events, attendees have the opportunity to question statements made by panelists by submitting “fact checks” to the UMKC librarians that volunteer their time to be present at our conversations and research any purported facts. In addition to this, Nick Haines of KCPT will be the evening’s roving reporter and will open up the conversation to questions from the audience.

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