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Stateside 8.29.2018

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Today on Stateside, test results show fewer than half of Michigan's students are proficient in reading. So why isn't the state making gains in literacy? Plus, a Michigan teenager's baking skills have earned her a spot on national television.

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State’s investment in early literacy undermined by lack of accountability, says policy expert

Forget grilled cheese, this Saginaw teen is cooking up gourmet fare on national television

How a language snafu shut down Michigan's first newspaper after just one issue

Agricultural industry cautiously optimistic as NAFTA negotiations move forward

Settlers nearly destroyed Michigan’s wild rice beds. Native tribes are restoring them.

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