A new state law will cut ‘red tape’ in public schools and ensure teachers spend more time teaching their students instead of teaching to the test.
From school boards to legislative chambers, decision makers at all levels of the system can benefit from listening to our young people.
One Michigan mom had to demand help for her daughter’s dyslexia. Today, she’s hopeful more families will get the help they need sooner.
A federally funded program that’s expanding to Michigan is expected to make it easier for military members and their families to access and afford child care.
Several public school districts in Michigan are set to have millions of dollars in debt forgiven as part of a budget plan that was passed this month.
Learn how this elementary school teacher in East Lansing is keeping her students “in the loop”.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ripped into Michigan State University on Monday, accusing the school of “no clear unified leadership” amid rancor on the governing board and other unflattering incidents.
“I am calling for Dr. Vassar to resign from the Board of Trustees. If she chooses not to do so, I call upon my fellow trustees to remove her as Chair and to refer her to the Governor for removal.”
This round of debt relief will eliminate the debt of 125,000 borrowers nationwide: 22,000 with disabilities, 51,000 through an income-driven repayment plan, and 53,000 through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Nearly half of all borrowers say they aren’t financially prepared to begin repaying their debt. Despite this, interest began accruing again on Sept. 1, and payments will be due again in October.