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October 23, 2017

Water scarcity topic of Muskegon-area teacher's latest expedition

This teacher likes to do. 

In contrast to the quote from Woody Allen's "Annie Hall," that says "those who can't do, teach," Whitehall Middle School science teacher Susan Tate likes to "do"  to improve her teaching. 

Water scarcity topic of Muskegon-area teacher's latest expedition

October 21, 2017

Former student lives in affordable housing at old Muskegon Heights school

Henray Brown found a new home in an unlikely place: inside his old elementary school.

Former student lives in affordable housing at old Muskegon Heights school

October 21, 2017

Michigan Dems pushing bills to address 'literacy crisis'

Saying Michigan is facing a "literacy crisis," a group of Democrats in the state House of Representatives are pushing legislation that would pump more dollars into programs they say will help the state's youngest learners read better.

Michigan Dems pushing bills to address 'literacy crisis'

October 18, 2017

Educators push for bills to ease substitute teacher shortage

With schools across Michigan facing a substitute teacher shortage, lawmakers took testimony Tuesday on bills that would make it easier for retired educators to return to the classroom on a temporary basis.

Educators push for bills to ease substitute teacher shortage

October 17, 2017

Affordable apartments open at former Muskegon Heights elementary school

For 81 years, Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School served generations of school children in Muskegon Heights.

Affordable apartments open at former Muskegon Heights elementary school