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James Harger

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James Harger left School News Network in January of 2020. James previously reported on West Michigan's economy, courts and politics for The Grand Rapids Press and Mlive.com for more than 37 years. He also is employed as Servanthood Leader at Immanuel Lutheran Church in downtown Grand Rapids. A graduate of Central Michigan University, he also has worked for publications in Holland, Mount Pleasant and Lansing. He is married to Lisa and has one daughter, who lives in Ann Arbor.

Caledonia High School students teach third-graders about their favorite explorers

Third-graders at Caledonia's Kettle Lake Elementary school had an exclusive lesson in world history recently when they traveled to Caledonia High School, where ninth-grade creative writing and world history students had written kids’ books about their favorite world explorers...

Entrepreneurial student wins $5,000 to expand his lawn-care business

Calvin Pimpleton, an entrepreneurial junior at Innovation Central High School’s Academy of Business, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship (ABLE) program, recently won $5,000 at Start Garden’s 5x5 competition for business startups...

Turning the (multiplication) tables

The Michigan Mathematics Educators (MichME) initiative is changing the way math is taught in West Michigan schools, one teacher and classroom at a time. After four years, the program has rewired the way math is taught by more than 250 educators and administrators...

Students invited to demo their social skills app at Samsung conference

3D Animation students from the Tech Center are headed to a Samsung development conference in San Francisco with their teacher to show off a 3D smartphone app they developed for autistic teens...

Kent ISD special ed chief tapped for national post

Laurie VanderPloeg looks at the job as both an educator and as a parent of a special-needs child. She hopes to address barriers to careers in the field, as well as negative news about educators...

New leader for Center-based Special Education programs named

Paul Dymowski will oversee the transition of special education centers from Grand Rapids Public Schools to Kent ISD and will become the program's day-to-day administrator when the transition is complete in July 2019...
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