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AHS teacher recognized for unusual class, study

By Tyler Winowiecki | The Alpena News

ALPENA — Recently the Michigan State Board of Education recognized an Alpena High School teacher for his innovative methods of connecting students to their communities through place-based education. In September, the state began the program Proud Michigan Educator to recognize and celebrate the great work being done by teachers across the state. John Caplis, a social studies teacher at Alpena High School was recognized for his innovative teaching methods in a class unique to the Thunder Bay.

  

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