Many Michiganders have used the pandemic to go back to school, with the help of two state programs promising free tuition.
Michigan Reconnect helps residents 25 and older who do not have college degrees attend community colleges or private training schools with free or deeply discounted tuition.
Michigan is paving the way for people to return to college or seek a professional trade. Here’s how.
Lisa Green attended St. Clair County Community College on her path to study psychology. But getting her own mental health services weren't easy.
Michiganders over 25 seeking a two-year degree can now seek tuition assistance through the Michigan Reconnect program in an important test of the power of free education.
For Michigan students training for trade and skills careers, online learning efforts to combat the spread of COVID are coming up short and impacting futures.
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