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Partner Paul Wills receives award from Southfield Public Schools

June 23, 2015 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Bill Lichwalla Plante Moran Cresa
Each year, the Partnerships Council for Education solicits recommendations for groups, individuals, and organizations who have demonstrated a passion for improving learning opportunities for Southfield Public Schools' students. This year, Plante Moran Cresa Partner Paul Wills receives the Outstanding Individual Partner Award.

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Each year, the Partnerships Council for Education solicits recommendations for groups, individuals, and organizations that have demonstrated a passion for improving learning opportunities for the students of Southfield Public Schools. The Partnerships Council for Education and Southfield Public Schools announced Plante Moran Cresa Partner Paul Wills is the 2015 recipient of the Outstanding Individual Partner Award.

The Partnerships for Education Council is comprised of 35 business and school representatives who meet every other month throughout the school year to create innovative ideas on new partnering opportunities, encouraging expansion of model partnerships, renovating partnerships to meet new needs, and discussing ways in which the win-win philosophy can be maintained.

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