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Back to School
Going beyond the typical business clients, the Birmingham-based Hay There Social Media is offering a social media course for parents as teens and tweens head back to school.
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Opinion, Back to School
Southeastern Michigan's cadre of twenty-something Patch editors sat down this week to offer the only advice we're qualified to offer.
Birmingham Superintendent Daniel Nerad and Bloomfield Hills Superintendent Robert Glass met for a Back-to-School Breakfast and discussion forum Wednesday morning.
Teachers, administrators and community members question Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills superintendents ahead of the 2012-13 school year.
The district will begin offering the Great Start Readiness Program, a free preschool for 4-year-olds from low-income or struggling families, this October.
Baldwin librarians recommend books by Mo Willems and Audrey Vernick.
Registration at all Birmingham Public Schools and surrounding private schools began this week. Here's what you need to know.
You have to do it every year and it's usually more expensive than you expect. Here's how to make back-to-school shopping easier.
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