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Wed February 19, 2014
Stateside for Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014
What can be done to save our failing schools? Some believe teachers should be held accountable, but are we are giving them enough support?
Then, snow days aren’t so simple for Michigan schools. Some districts are already over the limit of six missed days that they can have before they must add days to make up for lost class time. And with a month left of winter, there’s still a chance for even more snow days. Later in the hour we ask, what's the best way to make up lost time?
First, like an unwelcome guest, this winter keeps hanging on, serving up record amounts of snow and bitterly cold temperatures.
And then there's a propane shortage. So those in Michigan and throughout the Midwest who rely on propane for their heat have to worry about getting propane, and when they do, dealing with major price increases.
What's behind the shortage? And what does it mean for the 9 to 10 percent of Michigan homes that use propane for heat?
Judy Palnau of the Michigan Public Service Commission joined us today.