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Thu August 22, 2013
Stateside for Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
It's getting close to back-to-school time. So today, we took a look at teachers -- in particular, teacher turnover, and what it can do a student's academic achievement. Teachers leaving their profession costs the nation billions of dollars each year. We ask what can be done to keep teachers teaching.
And, there have been some complaints about the cooler, rainier summer we've been having, but it turns out it's been good for our Great Lakes. Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa joined us today to tell us why.
Also, the historic Packard Plant in Detroit may be converted into a commercial, housing and entertainment complex, but is this feasible?
First on the show, it's Thursday, which means it's time for our weekly check-in with Detroit News business columnist Daniel Howes.
And today he's got his eye fixed on the storm clouds that are gathering for the Detroit Institute of Arts. This particular growing cloud comes from Oakland County.
Daniel Howes joined us today to talk about the troubles the DIA faces.