Kids and Education

Longform Second graders at Petoskey’s Central Elementary School practice mindfulness in 2019.
Innovation News Utica Community Schools
Feature Story “I see this as a family-to-family service for the community,” says Angela Tolonen.
Feature Story GRCC's Phyllis Fratzke Early Childhood Learning Laboratory is recognized as one of the top programs in the nation.

GRCC early childhood center among top programs in nation

Longform AFC Ann Arbor soccer club chair Bilal Saeed.
Feature Story Cynthia Martinez films Daniel, a student in the TRIO Upward Bound program.

Filmmaker gives a voice to first gen college students

Feature Story A GRCC student in a math class.

GRCC freezes tuition for 2021-22 academic year

Feature Story A GRCC student talks to his physical science professor.

GRCC to offer more in-person classes, services this fall

Feature Story There are many stages of development a baby and youngster go through and each child is different. If a parent feels they have concerns about development, they can call MCESA for help.
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Development News The Oak Park Public Library is one of more than 100 libraries throughout southeastern Michigan participating in the program
Feature Story A trove of on-demand e-learning and Zoom classes —183 in all — paved the way for Ottawa County emploees to stretch their work knowledge. Pictured from left: HR Director Marcie VerBeek and employees Sarah Allen and Kara Bostrom Young.

E-learning, Zoom pave way for Ottawa County employees to expand skills

Longform Medical Assistant Gugu Ramirez at the RAHS clinic at Ypsilanti Community High School.
Feature Story Grand Rapids Community College’s Bill Pink and Muskegon Community College’s Dale Nesbary have joined the Lakeshore Advantage board.
Feature Story This year, GRCC is planning four in-person commencements over two days.

GRCC brings back traditional in-person graduation ceremonies

Feature Story While at Grand Valley, Jordan Vanderham developed a mask that makes it easier to breathe while working or playing in below-freezing air.
Feature Story Kent MacDonald, Northwood president, assessing the flood damage to the university.
Feature Story Jonathan Haynes is a founding member of Anti-Racist Midland. “We’re very excited to start the reckoning and the grappling so we can move forward as a community."

ARM strives for a more inclusive and equitable Midland

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