The YES Project will bring together young people of color, ages 16 to 24, and three local employers who will work toward creating more inclusive workplaces.
Seeds for Success received a $7,300-grant from the Consumers Energy Foundation to fund At-Home Learning Kits.
KRESA and Southwest Michigan First’s public-private partnership, formed ahead of the 2019 CTE millage campaign, remains strong as the two agencies are united in the goal of redesigning Kalamazoo County’s CTE system.
Voters approved the renewal of a six-year, 1.5-mill property tax to help fund the cost of special education in local schools.
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