Paul Reville on the Need for Cross-Sector Systems of Support and Opportunity for Children and Youth

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During a visit to Southern Illinois—Education Redesign Lab’s first rural By All Means community—HGSE professor and EdRedesign director Paul Reville discusses the rise of cross-sector, collaborative work to support children and youth and the urgent need to knit this work together across practicing communities. The video was produced by WSIU Public Broadcasting, a service of Southern Illinois University.

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