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Lansing leaders look at creative education alternatives

Students United: Mobile Minds Flipping Society
January 13, 2015 2:00 PM

economic-developmentJeffrey Croley, a local youth leader, speaks to Edythe Hatter-Williams from Capital Area Michigan Works! about how they are working to connect young adults with local businesses. Edythe discusses other options other than college. In addition, Barb Whitney, executive director of Lansing Art Gallery, a presentor at the event, about finding her passion. Barb talks about how schools who help young students find their career path.

Students United: Mobile Minds Flipping Society, hosted by Jeff Croley and Jason LaFay, intends to help merge the worlds of education and business by featuring innovative programs, projects, and people in K12 education throughout Michigan and beyond. The show aims to be the voice of K12 innovation. In order to better understand what is happening in schools it is important to provide a narrative of how education is evolving. To ensure a new generation of learner is adequately prepared, driven, and passionately ready for the workforce old divides must be bridged.

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