Roger Valdez, who has been involved in public policy in the areas of education, health, and housing for the past twenty years, responds to Kshama Sawant's analysis of development of affordable housing in Seattle.
Originally aired: Thursday, September 26, 2013
When you turn 18 you're thought of and treated as an adult. But new research says we should actually consider someone an adolescent until they turn 25.
Experts in the U.K. are now advising child psychologists to raise the age they treat young people as adolescents to make sure they don't fall through the cracks when it comes to education and health care.