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Dr. Schovanec reflects on his life growing up and discusses his new role as President of Texas Tech University.  

Since we're pretty sure everyone has seen Suicide Squad by now, the 24 Frames Podcast is ready to give you a final review!

NPR: The 50 Most Segregating School Borders In America

Aug 23, 2016

The grass is greener ... if you're a student in Detroit, looking across your school district's boundary with the neighboring Grosse Pointe public schools.

Nearly half of Detroit's students live in poverty; that means a family of four lives on roughly $24,000 a year — or less.

In Grosse Pointe, a narrow stretch of real estate nestled between Detroit and Lake St. Clair, just 7 percent of students live at or below the poverty line.

To recap, that's 49 percent vs. 7 percent. Neighbors.

24 Frames Presents: Amanda Shires with Nathan Hussey (of All Get Out) Live at the 

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