Is San Francisco Driving Families Away?

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San Francisco's population of children has been shrinking as parents seek better schools, more space and affordable housing. Is the city driving its families away? As part of Forum's series on the 2010 Census, "Our Changing Communities," we discuss whether San Francisco is a good place to raise kids.

Guests:

Maria Su, director of the Department of Children, Youth and Their Families for the City of San Francisco.

Margaret Brodkin, initiative director for New Day for Learning, an education reform initiative promoting community school collaboration.

Erika Kelly, news producer at KQED Public Radio

David Latterman, associate director at the Leo T. Macarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, University of San Francisco

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