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Baker College, Lake Orion Schools Set 'Early College' Program

AUBURN HILLS — Baker College’s Auburn Hills campus and the Lake Orion Community Schools announced a partnership to give high school students the opportunity to graduate from high school with up to 60 transferable college credits, a college associate degree or a technical certificate at no cost to the students or their families. 480 more words


Looking with Fresh Eyes

This blog post ( What is Sacred in Education?) by Kelly Tenkely caught my eye – she is writing about her school, Anastasis Academy, in Colorado. 115 more words


Privacy Concerns with Social Media

When it comes to social media and privacy concerns over the use of the internet, I consider myself to be pretty conservative. Considering that I have two teenagers, just about anyone of my generation is going to seem conservative compared to anyone of their generation! 698 more words


'Digital Divas' Descend On EMU

YPSILANTI — More than 500 young women were scheduled to attend Eastern Michigan University’s annual Digital Divas conference Friday to learn about technology — everything from how turbines work to how to become an airline pilot to how to encrypt information. 274 more words


LTU Names First Director of Marburger STEM Center

SOUTHFIELD — Sibrina Nichelle Collins will join Lawrence Technological University as the executive director of LTU’s Marburger STEM Center.

Her appointment to the newly created position culminates a national search and is effective July 1, 2016, said Virinder K. 402 more words


Washington , DC.. City Wide Tree Canopy

We have trees from the famous Monument Core — the National Mall and its monuments and memorials — the heart of our nation’s capital is home to 17,000 trees. 251 more words

How to diversify elite public schools?

by Lauren

The process for entry into the best academic public high schools in NYC has not changed in the time since I graduated from a NYC public high school in the 1980s. 113 more words