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Sweeping Reforms to Teacher Evaluations

Posted: 07/24/2013 - Major changes are on the way for educators in Michigan if proposed recommendations for teacher evaluations are put into effect by lawmakers. Educators would start getting objective teacher evaluations for the first time. Click on the story for the full report.

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Eaton RESA Cuts 24 Jobs

Updated: 07/15/2013 - Twenty-four members of the Eaton Regional Education Service Agency have been fired, to help save the school district around $300,000.

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Teacher's Success Inspires Others

Updated: 06/01/2013 - It's been years in the making, but a local teacher is finally getting the recognition she deserves. While it's not about academics, it is about inspiring students. Amanda Sucher successfully finished the Lansing Half Marathon, but never got her medal, until Friday. As News Ten's Brian Johnson reports, getting the medal isn't just about winning an award--it's about inspiring students to achieve their dreams.

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Academic Standards On Hold

Updated: 05/29/2013 - State lawmakers are having second thoughts about what your child should be learning in school. The Common Core standards put in place three years ago with regard to reading, writing and math could disappear if the republican-controlled legislature gets its way.

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Bath Alum Pay Tribute, Celebrate History

Updated: 05/20/2013 - Marking the 86th anniversary of what's still considered the deadliest school tragedy in U.S. history, alum of Bath High School gathered to pay tribute and celebrate the school's legacy.

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School Millages On The Ballot

Updated: 05/06/2013 - If at first you don't succeed, try try again. That seems to be the strategy among school districts when it comes to millages. Nearly a dozen of them in Ingham, Eaton, Clinton and Jackson Counties are asking voters for more money on Tuesday's ballot. While some of the millages were voted down in November -- some districts are hoping voters will have a change of heart this time around.

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High Water Leads To Evacuations

Posted: 04/12/2013 - If the water gets much higher, the road into one Mid-Michigan town will be gone. The city of Alma is experiencing serious flooding. It's so bad that 180 people have been evacuated. School was canceled. News Ten's Brian Johnson reports it's the worst flooding the city has had in nearly three decades.

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Construction Season Starting at MSU

Updated: 04/11/2013 - April showers bring May construction--at least they on campus. MSU is gearing up for a busy season with several projects in the works. News 10's Brian Johnson reports while the upgrades are welcomed, not everyone is excited to see a piece of history disappear.

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Former Teacher Fighting For Home

Updated: 03/17/2013 - A former Detroit teacher is on the verge of losing his home after suffering a brain injury.

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