Lindsay Huddleston

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State Director, Students First Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Lindsay W. Huddleston II is state director for Students First Michigan. He is a former high school English teacher and high school basketball coach. From 2002 to 2011, Lindsay worked in the Office of Governor Jennifer Granholm in a variety of positions, last as the deputy director of legislative affairs. After leaving the Governor’s Office, Lindsay joined the Corporate Affairs division of Walmart Inc.

In June of 2013, Lindsay launched The Huddleston Foundation, a Michigan based non-profit organization that focuses on helping Michigan youth in areas such as workforce development, health and wellness, and financial literacy. Lindsay also runs the Circle of Success At-Risk Students Mentoring Program in middle schools and high schools around Michigan.

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Posted Dec. 2, 2019

Believe It or Not, Trump and DeVos Have Done Some Good for American Education

I’ve been leading Getting NYC Kindergarten and Getting Into NYC High School workshops for New York City parents for approximately 15 years. But only since…

By Alina Adams

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Posted Dec. 2, 2019

Don’t Take Us Back to the Days When Our Children With Disabilities Could Be Denied an Education

We barely survived my son Jonah’s adolescence. One evening in Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station he pushed me so hard I fell to the ground and…

By Laura Waters

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Posted Dec. 2, 2019

Students Aren’t the Only Ones in Schools Who Need a Financial Literacy Course

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By Rashawn Ray

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