On Friday, December 1st, Representative Bronna Kahle brought a group of her colleagues to Tecumseh Public Schools to learn about the work we are doing with Mass Customized Learning in the district. Rep. Kahle was joined by fellow State Rep. Julie Alexander, State Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Shane Preston (staffer representing Senator Dale Zorn), Melissa Wilson from the Lenawee Intermediate School District, and Bruce Noll from Michigan's Talent and Economic Development Office.
This group was led on a tour of Tecumseh West STEAM Center by three of our learners. They were introduced to our current Project-Based Learning Unit on Space, our Robotics Class, and Project Lead the Way Class. Over lunch the focus of the discussion was on how impressed they were with the work we were doing at TPS and how they can help support us moving forward.
"I was pleased to welcome legislators and state leaders to Lenawee County Tecumseh Schools to learn more about learner-focused education and to see individual customized learning in action. We are only as good as our next generation and it's important to give all children the best chance at success in life. Considering bold ideas to improve education for all kids, while making sure academic and tech ed programs are stronger is a priority. Dr. Coffin and the staff were excellent hosts and I appreciate their time and commitment to our kids."
-Representative Bronna Kahle