Fraser High School
Name: James Flanagan
James ‘Jamie’ Flanagan is a teacher at Fraser High School, where he combines his passion for working with young people and broadcasting. He is an English teacher who advises for the yearbook, the school paper The Flash and the broadcast classes. His broadcast students have won several ‘Pillars of Excellence’ awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. They are also proud to be part of the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs project.
Jamie received his Master’s in Education at Wayne State University and a Journalism Endorsement from Michigan State University.
- Students build boats to raise money for mental health
- Female manufacturers prove they are just as capable as men on the factory floor
- Teen cancer survivor to others facing diagnosis: ‘You can win’
- Medical challenges inspire refugee to pursue medicine
- The struggle of becoming an American
- Dakota Herbin, Michigan
- Cashmere Schuster, Michigan
- Kirstyn Malucknik, Michigan
- Metal mettle
- Teen drag racer finds inspiration behind the wheel
- Student reporters investigate solutions to the minimum wage debate
- Detroit Zoo uses captive breeding to ‘sustain zoo population’
- Detroit teens produce video about where poetry lives
- Should you follow the five-second rule?
- Chewing gum: A student’s friend or foe?
- Student Reporters Ask: Why Do You Stay in School?
- Detroit-Area Teens Gather Viewpoints on Staying in School
- What Are the Consequences of Dropping Out in Michigan?
- Dropping Out Impacts Michigan’s Future