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Wed May 29, 2013
Michigan's classrooms are more diverse, but what about the teaching staff?
State of Opportunity's Jennifer Guerra takes a look at Michigan's higher education programs to see how they're preparing a mostly white teaching staff to better serve our state's increasingly diverse elementary, middle, and high school pupils.
Click here for Guerra's full story about how the Rounds Project at U-M gives teacher-to-be training that can only happen on the ground.