Mon Dec 3, 2012, 07:11 PM
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1 in 4 teachers at privatized Muskegon Heights schools quit during first 3 months of school year
6:30AM MON DECEMBER 3, 2012
1 in 4 teachers at Muskegon Heights schools quit during first 3 months of school year
By LINDSEY SMITH
Over the summer Muskegon Heights schoolsí then emergency manager laid off everybody who worked at the district and hired Mosaica Education to run operations for 5 years.
Muskegon Heights has some of the lowest performing schools in Michigan and is dealing with a multi-million dollar deficit. The state appointed manager says he had no other option but to privatize operations.
Three months in, one in four (20 of 80 total) of the newly hired teachers has quit.
ďItís confusing because I go from this learning process to this learning process to that learning process and itís just ridiculous how some teachers leave and we have to start all over and learn something new,Ē Muskegon Heights High School senior Tony Harris said, ďItís just, itís crazy.Ē
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