Advancements in curriculum further innovative learning

By Juliana Moxley
Old Town Lansing Times staff writer

OLD TOWN LANSING — A $3.4 million grant was awarded to the Lansing School District to implement a new curriculum that will offer students an innovative way to learn and prepare them for the future. Introducing the MSAP

The Lansing School District was awarded the Magnet grant, which is funded through the Magnet Schools Assistance Program, or MSAP. MSAP is an affiliate of the U.S. Department of Education. The grant benefits six schools in the Lansing School District and specifies what technology, personnel, training, and project materials are needed in each Magnet school and then funds those needs. The Lansing schools receiving money from the Magnet grant are Fairview Elementary School, Sheridian Road Elementary School, Cavanaugh Elementary School, Mt.