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Bridges4Kids LogoMichigan Chamber of Commerce Addresses "No Child Left Behind - Business Involvement Key" in the July/August Issue of Michigan Forward

from Bob Parks, Director of Membership Services, Michigan Association of United Ways
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The one-year old, federal "No Child Left Behind Act" (NCLBA) is the subject of the July/August 2003 issue of Michigan Forward, the magazine of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.  In addition to the cover story, "No Child Left Behind - Business Involvement Key," other articles include:

  • No Child Left Behind Act Empowers Parents (by Lori Stillwagon Yaklin)

  • Business Involvement Key to Turning Around Failing Schools (by David Plank)

  • Your Objective Guide to Michigan Schools (by Sally O'Dowd)

  • Educating Excellence - Business Leaders Chart Course for Future (by Jim Sandy)

  • Why Michigan Needs Quality Early Childhood Education (by Dave Whitwam)

  • Michigan's Business Community - Partners for Strong Schools (by Governor Granholm)

  • Wireless Learning - Provide All Students with Laptops (by Speaker Rick Johnson)

  • MEA President Needs Attitude Adjustment (by Jim Barrett)

The July/August issue of Michigan Forward will be online later this month at:  


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