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Stateside: Detroit City Council corruption charges; Port Huron pop-up theater; humanizing school

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Mercedes Mejia
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Michigan Radio
More than 70% of charter school leaders surveyed expect to leave their schools in five years, according to a study by the Center on Reinventing Public Education.

Today on Stateside, a sweeping FBI corruption probe involving several Detroit City Council members. Also, federal prosecutors make a breakthrough with the cooperation of one of the so-called Wolverine Watchmen. Plus, how to include youth in the conversation about their own education.

Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

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Two Detroit City Council members have homes, offices raided by FBI

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Stateside's conversation with Sarah Rahal

  

  • Sarah Rahal is a reporter for the Detroit News.

Whitmer kidnapping plotter says he wants to prevent others from turning to extremism

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Stateside's conversation with Dustin Dwyer

  • Dustin Dwyer is a reporter for Michigan Radio.

Port Huron theater company takes its show to the streets 

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Stateside's conversation with Scott Dambacher

  • Scott Dambacher is a writer, director and performer, and a partner of the Fringe Collective Kinetic Theater.

Making school more human starts with listening to students

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Stateside's conversation with Nate Mullen

  • Nate Mullen is an educator, multimedia artist, and special advisor at People in Education.

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