School after ECOT; Abeona; Kids Book Bank; "Knife Skills" nominated

StateImpact Ohio reporter Ashton Marra discusses where Ohio's ECOT students will go, and what happens to the charter school's teachers, now that the state has shut it down. Darrielle Snipes reports on how Cleveland's Abeona Therapeutics is helping families find treatments for rare diseases like San Fillipo Syndrome. We check in with the Cleveland Kids Book Bank after they distribute one million books to area children; and we look at the documentary film "Knife Skills" which profiles Edwin's Restaurant - a business offering second chances to men and women released from prison.

Guests: 

Ashton Marra, StateImpact

Judy Payne, Cleveland Kids Book Bank

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