Education: Achieving Gray Integration

A Michigan high school thrives by taking in senior citizens

The citizens of Harbor Springs, Mich, (pop. 1,600), like people in cities and towns all over America, were worrying about what to do with the old folks. For a time, a church basement served as a center for the area's 400 retired, sometimes ailing, senior citizens. But the place was hard for many to get to, and its facilities were limited. Harbor Springs High School, though, had room, as well as a varied curriculum. So earlier this year Community Schools Director Robert Doan made...

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