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Ben Martinez @HRHound at Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
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In its 12th year as a coed therapeutic boarding school for teens ages 12-17, owner Ben Trane in this interview talks about the school’s successes and evolution. He explains he feels that a student body size of 125 is about the right size for struggling teens who need help but not intensive hospital therapy and intends to stay at that size.
He further explains that Midwewst Academy had never been a member of the controversial World Wide Association of Speciality Schools and Programs (WWASSP) but is concerned that critics have associated the school with WWASSP because they once had been part of Premier Education which most WWASSP schools had used. He then explains there are significant differences between Midwest Academy and WWASSP schools in that Midwest Academy never used WWASSP stype finders fes marketing techniques and having more sophisticated academics than the WWASSP schools had used.
Ben Trane, Owner
You know Ben for his work at CBS. Now, he's coming to you live with MES. On No Holden Back, Holden looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of Michigan sports every Monday. On this week's show, Ben looks back at Michigan's win over Indiana, plus talks about the post David Brandon era. Plus, Michigan State might be playing for a division title on Saturday when the Spartans welcome Ohio State to town. We'll delve into this and more on No Holden Back!
Dr. Ben Lynch visits the show to break down MTHFR in a way that everyone can understand. Find out how a common genetic mutation reduces your body's ability to transform folate into its active form and all of the downstream health problems that may ensue, including mood disorders, cardiovascular disease, immune system problems, autism, Down's syndrome, and more. A must-listen!
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