AAPS-UM Partnership Initiates Fall Projects

After the 2010-11 year of planning and pilot activities that included teachers, parents, administrators, and University of Michigan (U-M) faculty, the newly named Mitchell Scarlett Teaching & Learning Collaborative has its official inauguration this fall.

With the start of the school year, beginning and experienced teachers and U-M faculty are working together on a broad range of projects designed to improve student achievement. More than 125 U-M interns are participating in activities taking place during and after the school day as well as in the summer months. The projects were proposed by teachers and U-M faculty and were reviewed by the partnership planning committee.

MSP Fall 2011 Newsletter

Author: Catherine Reischl

Clinical Associate Professor of Education, UM-Ann Arbor

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