MICHIGAN CITY — After Michigan City Area School achieved its best high school graduation rate ever – across all demographics – this past spring, administrators are doubling their efforts to erase remaining racial gaps among students.

Associate Superintendent Wendel McCollum discussed the district’s push for student equity at a La Porte County NAACP forum at the Michigan City Public Library. He was one of several community leaders to discuss finding solutions to the challenges local students of color face.

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