Public schools have a shot at much-needed coronavirus relief after Michigan native US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos gave up her court fight Friday.
The taxes on the Seaquest, just one of the DeVos family's ten yachts, would bring more than $2 million a year to Michigan.
Even in the best of times, a standardized test is "a juggernaut of draining money from schools," says a former Michigan Teacher of the Year.
These Michigan teachers say “chaotic leadership” has worsened the crisis schools are facing as educators attempt to teach through a pandemic.
A mobile billboard is calling attention to the dangers in the Trump Administration's plan to force all schools to resume in-person instruction, and is driving to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' house.
While struggling public universities worry about fall enrollment, this mid-Michigan private college got CARES Act support courtesy Education Sec. Betsy DeVos.
Attorney General Dana Nessel is leading a coalition of six states in suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, alleging a misuse of coronavirus relief funds on private schools.
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