We look at how President Donald Trump's "questionable" $73 million tax refund would normally end up as federal support in places like Michigan public schools.
State Rep. Laurie Pohutsky struggled with her vote on a deal she said was an improvement on the Republican plan, but still left educators out.
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.
From masks in the classrooms to a ban on assemblies, this is how Gov. Whitmer plans to return kids to school this fall
Rep. Ryan Berman (R-Commerce Twp.) insists schools will be fully funded even without federal aid, but his Republican colleagues warn cuts to K-12 might run deep.
Following Michigan's successes flattening the curve, K-12 schools will resume in-person classes in the fall.
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