To start the show, Gwen Samuel of the Connecticut Parent's Union and Katie Roy, executive director of the Connecticut Council on Education Reform, talk about whether progress has been made on education reform in the state.

Next up, author Jay Barnett talks about his new book "Finding Our Lost Kings and Queens," and his goal to inspire youth to think big.

In the last segment, WTIC AM sportscaster Scott Gray and attorney James Bergenn give their thoughts on former UConn basketball player Tate George, who is on trial in New Jersey for allegedly operating a Ponzi scheme that ripped off millions from investors.

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