Stateside for Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014

Sep 2, 2014

Today on Stateside:

  • The official name for it is the "plan confirmation hearing," but the commonly used term is “Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.” And it starts today.
  • It's back to school for students all across the state, many of whom will be meeting new teachers for the first time. Are great teachers born or trained? We took a look at what actually makes a good teacher through the book Building a Better Teacher: How Teaching Works (and How to Teach it to Everyone).
  • We'd like to think issues are what matter in political campaigns. But when you're a female candidate, that's not always the case. Are women in politics covered with an unfair amount of "snarkiness"?
  • Interlochen Public Radio’s Linda Stephan reported on a debate up north over smoking among the mentally ill.
  • One of Michigan's leading quilting shows is canceling its October event. We found out why.

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