West Michigan school districts' student 'Count Day' suggests more economic stability
Some school superintendents who saw proof of fuller classrooms on Wednesday - the fall Count Day used to calculate per-pupil state aid - attribute the increase to a better, more stable housing market.
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#1 Oct 6, 2011
How did Taylor do things when it's school reputation was bad? When I moved here around Halloween of 1977 from Loraine Ohio they were cutting sport programs.but I bet u people in city government had fat paychecks! When I lived in Alabama schools were better and taxes were at minimum. Moving up here was opposite. Taxes high and Taylor center high was an absolute JOKE compared to other schools I attended.lack of vision has impacted Taylor's caring in years past.hopefully solutions can be implemented here as in other successful areas without new millage increases. A lean approach is always welcomed
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