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Gender Identity is Not So Simple, Speaker Tells Educators

Many opinions, beliefs and confusion swirl around the topic of gender identity and how schools should address it. In the eye of that swirling...

State Supe: ‘We Have to Invest in Education’

State Superintendent Brian Whiston recently spoke with School News Network reporter Charles Honey about the Michigan Education Finance Study, which was released earlier this...

Collaboration, Chords and Harmony: Girls Rock!

The four-girl rock band "Boltz" sang about the cataclysmic end of the dinosaurs. "Toodle-oo, T-Rex!" the fifth- and sixth-graders chimed in unison while rehearsing...

Cub Reporters Cover “Design, Build, Innovate” Summer Camp

This week's edition is dedicated to the work of high school students from public schools across West Michigan, who attended SNN's inaugural journalism camp...

Young Chefs Camp, Through the Eyes of High School Journalists

This week’s edition is dedicated to the work of high school students from public schools across West Michigan, who attended SNN’s inaugural journalism camp...

CSI Middle-Schoolers, as Reported by High School Newsies

This week’s edition is dedicated to the work of high school students from public schools across West Michigan, who attended SNN’s inaugural journalism camp...

Nose for News? Journalism Camp Lets Students Find Out

A group of high school students from across Kent County transformed a classroom into a newsroom for a week this summer. Over four days in...

Thank You for Reading

Politics. Policy. Finance. Standards-based accountability. NCLB. ESSA. Too often, this blog is about stuff -- the external influences on schools, teachers and ultimately, students --...

MiCareerQuest II Draws 9,000 Students to Explore In-Demand Jobs

Jaheem Aubrey punched the screen of a tablet computer and cheered as his manipulations made a plastic ball advance along an obstacle course on...

Great Things to Do!

Looking for things for a family to do? If you have young children, be sure to check out Play, Learn, Explore on Saturday. Don’t miss...

Celebrating a Decade of Literacy Coaching

It was an hour before her next class -- three classes, three lesson plans at once, actually -- and Kent City art teacher Amy...

A New Kind of First Aid – for Student Mental Health

If a child has green snot coming from his nose, he might be taken to a doctor, right? asked Karyll Russell, Sparta Middle School...

Armed Forces Luncheon to Connect Students, Veterans

A new event honoring America’smilitary will help West Michigan students appreciate what soldiers past and present have done for their country, says Katie Pennington,...

The Weight of the Test

Taking the PSAT left Kent Innovation High School sophomore Anna DeBraber feeling stressed, frustrated and as if the years of work in class and...

Recent Tragedies Heighten Schools’ Concerns About Mental Health

The theater was quiet except for the rustling of popcorn bags. When the movie ended, the silence was louder. That silence was what the movie...

Surprise! Good Vision and Learning are Linked

Marley Beauchamp slips on a pair of 3-D glasses, but it's not because she plans to munch popcorn while watching a popular animated film. Instead,...
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