Mich. high school students get jump on college

Apr 29, 2014 Full story: Detroit News

After Sarah Kazbour graduated from high school, she only had to attend Henry Ford Community College for a year before earning an associate's degree.

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kev

Detroit, MI

#1 May 9, 2014
Does every district in southeast Michigan have capacity to keep students in that long? Inkster school district closed and r combining with wayne westland and taylor. This all may sound feasible but r the logistics really reasonable if many wanted to do this?
Steve

Sumter, SC

#2 May 11, 2014
A brief view of the typical HS class schedule reveals many vacant hours in the day. Meaningful classes can replace study hall hours and other non-class time. Yes it would strain the system if everybody wanted to take this curriculum. Unfortunately, most HS kids are looking for the easy way out so the classes won't be filled.

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