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As more Michigan parents consider homeschooling, school budgets could be decimated

As concerns of COVID-19 still linger, school leaders are talking about how to best reopen schools this fall. And some parents have a tough...

1/3 of Michigan teachers might not return to the classroom

Michigan educators are planning for next fall as the current academic year comes to a close. But almost one-third of the profession is considering...

Column: U of M resident physicians have stepped up in the...

Across the state and country, health care professionals have been praised as heroes and rightfully so. But for these heroes, they deserve more than...

Pandemic causing ‘major decline’ in low-income college student enrollment

Some Michigan colleges have seen a “major decline” in enrollment of low-income, Pell-eligible first-year students due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to higher education...

Michigan ranks 3rd worst in nation for Black educational attainment

Structural racism in Michigan and across the country can be traced back to racial inequities that have persisted for decades. One significant contributor to...

The class of 2020 copes with COVID-19 while trying to focus on...

Looking back on your years in high school, you might remember prom night, or graduation or the day your class pulled off its senior...

A landmark literacy suit was settled. But Republicans won a 2nd...

A U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled in favor of a group of Detroit students last month determining that students have the...

Top Dem calls on DeVos to stop funding private schools with...

U.S. House Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott (D-Va.) is calling on Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to abandon her plan to divert...

Whitmer notes Michigan COVID-19 deaths could fill Fox Theatre

Michigan Health and Human Services (DHHS) Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun said doctors across the state should be on high alert for children...

Whitmer settles landmark ‘right to read’ suit, promises legislation

After an almost four-year legal battle, Detroit Public School Community District students have secured their right to a quality education. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced...

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