Stories tagged: "online learning"

Online learning will be around for a while for college classes.
Remainder of Academic Year Will be Online, Colleges Say

As the winter semester looms, Mitten State colleges look toward continuing online classes as COVID-19 lingers on.

The Connected Futures Initiative will provide free tablets and internet access to Detroit schools students. Photo via DPSCD Facebook.
Detroit Students Are Getting Free Laptops and Internet for the Fall

The technology and access will help promote distance learning during the pandemic.

A MI CORE member and teacher poses for a photo at the caucus's protest on the State Capitol lawn last week. Photo via MI CORE Facebook.
Teachers Union: ‘Schools Should Not Resume In-Person Instruction’

As districts across the state scramble for a viable plan of action, teachers want to move learning online.

Course facilitators Ryan Henyard, R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy and Derrick Jackson. (Photos via Facebook)
U-M Tackles Racism and Police Brutality in Online Course

The free "teach-out" can help Michiganders understand how issues of race and police brutality affect communities of color.

A vocational skills training center (Photo via Shutterstock)
They Were Training For a Trade Career — Then The Pandemic Hit

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.

Seth Killian, founder of Lingco Learning Labs. (Photo via Facebook)
Still Quarantining? Learn a Foreign Language With This Michigan Language Lab.

East Lansing-based Lingco teaches everything from German to Mandarin in online classes that emphasize an individualized approach.