Thursday, February 06, 2020

Single-Payer Life Lesson: Kansas City Schools Start Providing Student Healthcare

The teachable moment helps youngsters but also teaches all of us that healthcare change is underway . . . Read more:

Kansas City Metro Districts Add School-Based Clinics To Help More Kids Get Routine Health Care

The fourth grader in Amanda Whiting's chair had never been to the dentist, so she was a little nervous to be seen at the clinic at her school, J.A. Rogers Elementary. "We don't use scary terms when we are treating a kiddo," said Whiting, the dental director at Samuel L.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Free breakfasts, free lunches, now free health care - their parents are superfluous. Just drop the kid off at school when he turns 4 and then pick him up when he's 18.

Anonymous said...

^^^OK Boomer. Hurry up and die.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^10:43 is right and you're still a stupid retard.

Anonymous said...

OK Boomer!

Anonymous said...

Do the parents pay for anything these days ? I'd be so ashamed if I relied on free breakfast and lunch for my kids and now dental care too. I love that my over-priced property tax dollars are going to support your kids.

Anonymous said...

10:43 you forgot free laundry, before and after school daycare, free transportation and free dinner too.

Anonymous said...

With all the schools are doing maybe they'll get around to actually teaching something other that "Gummint gimme this" and "Gummint gimme dat"