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AT ISSUE

ONE YEAR SINCE KATRINA

VIDEO FEATURE
Kelvin S. Sealey
Interview with Kelvin S. Sealey
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Kelvin Shawn Sealey describes the experience of visiting New Orleans last spring with a group of students from Teachers College and GSAPP. He focuses on the effects of the devastation on the city's children and their interrupted education. The good news is, the city finally has a chance to get its educational policy right. The not-so-good news is that progress on educational infrastructure is moving too slowly. He proposes a few ideas for policy-makers to consider in crafting a strategy for moving forward.

Edited and Produced by Robert Branch

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AT ISSUE is a series of features in The Record and on the web, intended to gather viewpoints from faculty and staff on current news topics.

Published: Aug 25, 2006
Last modified: Jun 05, 2007