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We are committed to providing you with all of the resources you need to be actively engaged with The Learning Network of Greater Kalamazoo. Access informative publications at the links below.

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PDF | Kalamazoo County College Advising Corps Fact Sheet

The National College Advising Corps places recent college graduates in underserved high schools to serve as full-time college advisers, with a goal of helping every senior to create a post-secondary education plan. 

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PDF | Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Referral Map

The Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Referral Map provides Kalamazoo County Residents a list of resources for parents and infants.

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PDF | The Future of Learning in Kalamazoo County Workshop Slides

On August 21, 2013, we hosted a workshop led by Katherine Prince, an authority on trends affecting K-12 American education who helps people see how they can shape the future of education in their community through creative thinking and dynamic collaborations.

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LINK | Fact Sheet: Redesigning America's High Schools

PDF | NewTech Network 2013 Student Outcomes Report

New Tech Network is a nonprofit school development organization dedicated to ensuring all students

develop the skills and acquire the knowledge necessary to thrive in post-secondary education, career and civic life.

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LINK | Battle Creek not alone in 'whole child' work

LINK | Kalamazoo's 2012 MEAP scores show improvements for most buildings, demographic groups

LINK | Federal grant prospect reignites kindergarten-assessment debate

LINK | Future of education holds the future of the community

PDF | Michigan College Access Network 2012 Annual Report

Michigan College Access Network's mission is to increase college readiness, participation and completion in

Michigan, particularly among low-income students, first-generation college going students, and students of color. 

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LINK | See how Kalamazoo-area districts stack up in Bridge Magazine analysis of test scores

LINK | Poor students struggle as class plays a greater role in success