New Orleans: Six Years After en Examining New Orleans Six Years After, and Your Responses <p>Paul Maassen and Dr. Ed Chervenak, Director of the <a href="" target="_blank">UNO Survey Research Center</a>, discuss the state of our vital civic institutions in the years since Hurricane Katrina and the storm&#39;s aftermath, and examine your responses and&nbsp;to our week-long series and&nbsp;the results&nbsp;of&nbsp;&nbsp;UNO&#39;s New Orleans&nbsp;Quality of Life Survey&nbsp;<span style="display: none">&nbsp;</span></p> Fri, 25 May 2012 11:00:00 +0000 Paul Maassen 12005 at Mental Health Care <p>One enduring legacy of Hurricane Katrina and the storm&#39;s aftermath is stress.<span>&nbsp; </span>Stress about<span>&nbsp; </span>home, family, money, environment, and on and on.<span>&nbsp; </span>But stress doesn&rsquo;t stay stress; it has a tendency to become other things.<span>&nbsp; </span>Eve Abrams investigates how dealing with hard situations, in a New Orleans helping fewer mental-health patients, has affected the health, safety, and moral compass/future of our city.</p> Thu, 24 May 2012 12:49:28 +0000 Eve Abrams 11512 at Charter Schools and the Recovery School District <p>In New Orleans, the city with the most public charter schools in the nation, individual charters’ standards of discipline can vary widely. Sharon Litwin investigates how the Recovery School District is dealing with challenges of equity in this new approach to public education.</p> Wed, 23 May 2012 01:23:15 +0000 Sharon Litwin 11510 at Community Trust and the New Orleans Police Department <p>The public’s trust in the post-Katrina New Orleans Police Department is still a fragile commodity. Sharon Litwin reports on how the men in blue and their leadership are attempting to re-engage the communities they serve.</p> Tue, 22 May 2012 13:41:00 +0000 Sharon Litwin 11502 at Blight and Rebuilding New Orleans <p>New Orleans has 43,000 blighted properties, more than any other American city. Fighting blight can be complex, But since Mayor Landrieu’s administration took office, there’s been an invigorated effort at easing the problem.</p> Sun, 20 May 2012 23:41:04 +0000 Eve Abrams 11511 at