Helping Cleveland Renters; Juvenile Detention Center Reform; Reinventing Schools

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Leaders say reforming the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center is a priority, but it's an issue with multiple layers.  We continue our community conversation with juvenile justice advocates.   After 40 years helping out the city's low and middle-income renters, the Cleveland Tenants Organization has ceased operations.  We'll discuss the efforts being made to step in to help renters and landlords in the CTO's absence.  And author David Osborne discusses why he believes our education system needs reinvented


Abigail Staudt, Managing Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Cleveland  
Mike Brickner, Senior Policy Director, ACLU of Ohio  
Erin Davies, Executive Director, Juvenile Justice Coalition  
David Osborne, Director of the Reinventing America’s Schools Project, Progressive Policy Institute, Author 

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