Education Today

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“Education Today” informs and offers valuable direction to help current and future students from all walks of life build a better tomorrow for themselves and their families.

podcasts Education TodayHosted by WWJ’s Laura Bonnell, “Education Today” reports air each weekday on WWJ. For more, visit this page and click on the EDUCATION TODAY podcast library.


DETROIT FAMILIES: Take Care Of Yourself To Take Care Of Your Family

The best way to take care of your children is to take care of yourself mentally, physically, and otherwise!


Red White and Blue Food, July 4th Foods, Fruit Salad

Healthy Food Is Important, And Summer’s A Great Time To ‘Think Fresh’

Why not begin your quality time together by cooking together?

CBS Detroit–07/31/2015


Education Today: Vacation Or Staycation?

The awesome thing about living in Michigan is that the state becomes a vacation wonderland in the summer.

CBS Detroit–07/23/2015

Students at Wayne Elementary School show off their new school supplies, provided by Kids In Need Foundation & Mike Morse Law Firm.

Education Today: Stay Motivated!

My mother always got the most important things right: love, time, and attention. Let’s get that right for our kids.

CBS Detroit–07/17/2015

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Education Today: Staying Motivated As A Parent During The Summer Months

Have a family vision and enlist each member to play a role in achieving your family’s goals.

CBS Detroit–07/10/2015

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State Of Detroit Families: Rainbows, Stars And Stripes

Whether you agree with the Supreme Court or not, one thing is clear: families can’t be defined in only one way.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/02/2015

Detroit Pistons v Charlotte Hornets

State of Detroit Families: Detroit Parent Network Interviews Tonya Allen

Tonya is a visionary leader who has been a champion for children and families at Skillman and in earlier roles.


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State Of Detroit Families: Education Is A Priority, Parents Tell Michigan Legislature

The legislature can no longer hide behind the notion that Detroit parents don’t care about their kids. Many took a day off from work and home to make the trip to Lansing.


Detroiters anxiously wait for the grand opening of the city's second Meijer store. (Credit: Ron Dewey/WWJ Newsradio 950)

State of Detroit Families – Dispatch From Mackinac, Part III

In Brightmoor, a new Meijer store is a big deal. The store bring close to 300 good jobs to families in Detroit and much more than that.


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The State Of Detroit Families: Dispatch from Mackinac, Part II

The Detroit we live in now is on a comeback trajectory but many families here haven’t yet experienced the upside.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/04/2015