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Michigan Mandarin immersion program lets students earn Chinese minor

April 5, 2017

Forest Hills Schools, WMU, agreement allows students to earn Chinese minor

Monica Scott | mscott2@mlive.comBy Monica Scott 

March 02, 2017

 

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Forest Hills Public Schools and Western Michigan University Extended University Programs entered into an agreement Thursday, March 2, that allows students to earn a full Chinese language minor along with their diploma.

Officials say the “Collegiate Pathways” program launching the 2017-18 school year is the first of its kind. The dual-enrollment program will be at Forest Hills Northern High School.

“This partnership with Forest Hills provides a model we hope will be used to deliver similar programs for other districts,” said Dawn Gaymer, associate provost for WMU’s Extended University Programs.

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