25 percent of teachers in Muskegon Heights quit after first three months in newly organized district
Our colleague Lindsey Smith has been doing some dogged reporting about what's going on in the school district in Muskegon Heights. Over the summer, the district's emergency manager laid off every employee and hired a private company to effectively run the district as one big charter. Three months into the new system, Lindsey reports that a quarter of teachers have quit and students say the learning environment is chaotic.
Over the summer Muskegon Heights schools' then emergency manager laid off everybody who worked at the district and hired Mosaica Education to run