19 Michigan educators chosen for ‘Clear the List’ campaign

Of 1,100 educators in our state, 19 were chosen for Michigan Virtual’s Clear List campaign – a fundraising initiative giving teachers and schools everything they need on their Amazon wishlists to bring great projects to life in the classroom.

Everything purchased will benefit students across our state, including Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, UP and Detroit.

Educators were selected based on school need, submission message, and project alignment with Michigan Virtual’s mission and values.

  • Eighth graders in Kalamazoo will have access to materials and resources in Spanish.
  • Schools in Grand Rapids will be able to provide basic necessities to children who are homeless or in need.
  • Muskegon students will have more access to charging stations for children who cannot charge their classroom devices at home.
  • Established a Classroom Lending Library in Detroit – bringing diverse and positive stories and materials to children that help them reach beyond the classroom.


“When educators are better equipped for the school year, outcomes improve for learners,” said Jamey Fitzpatrick, president and CEO of Michigan Virtual. “Education is experiencing a post-pandemic renaissance, so there is no better time to support innovation in our classrooms than right now.

You can support your local educators by browsing their Amazon wishlists.

Michigan Virtual offers online learning for students and professional development for educators and says join the country Clear List movement was just another way to improve education in our state.

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