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Street Beat: Education Programs Enriching The Lives Of Students – CW50 Detroit

Street Beat: Education Programs Enriching The Lives Of Students

This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at education programs that enrich the lives of students.

Henry Wells III and Marianna McCoy (credit: CW50)

First, Westside Christian Academy principal Henry Wells, III and student Marianna McCoy talk about a special program that helps students explore the fields of science, technology, electronics, arts, and math (STEAM).

Brian Glowiak (credit: CW50)

Then SME Education Foundation Director Brian Glowiak explains how SME is inspiring students to pursue careers in manufacturing.

Shannon Waite and Hafizur Rahman (credit: CW50)

Detroit Public Schools Creative Writing Teacher, Shannon Waite, and student writer, Hafizur Rahman, discuss the creative writing project that will allow students to write and publish books.

Dr. Cynthera McNeill and Willayjah Booker-Riggs (credit: CW50)

Finally, Dr. Cynthera McNeill of the Wayne State University College of Nursing talks about the annual High School Step Show Competition and Health Fair that encourages students to learn about good health.