Journalist Claudia Rowe unpacks her student athlete homelessness investigation on KUOW
Bill Radke speaks with Seattle Times staff reporter Claudia Rowe about her investigation into how football and basketball teams at Seattle Public Schools use a law to protect homeless students as a way to get around eligibility requirements for student athletes.
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