Stories tagged: "Teachers"


Thousands of doses of COVID vaccine are now available to Michigan teachers and students as the state enters Phase 1B of the rollout plan.
Michigan Teachers Are Now Eligible for COVID Vaccine

Phase 1B of the state’s vaccination rollout began on Monday. Here’s what local educators and their families are saying about their eligibility.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wants classrooms reopened by March 1, but  COVID vaccinations could make all the difference for school staff and students.
Michigan’s March Deadline to Resume Classroom Instruction Sets Off Race for Vaccination

Parents are eager to get kids back in the classroom, and vaccinations could make the transition safer for everyone.

Ypsilanti-area art teacher Rachel Spall stocks up on hand sanitizer at Blake's Cider Mill in Armada Wednesday
Michigan Teachers Claim Thousands of Free Gallons of Hand Sanitizer Through Blake’s Farms Giveaway

Similar giveaways and discounts for teachers are around the corner from Meijer, Kleenex and Michigan First Credit Union. We've got your list.

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.

Students all over the country have been showing their teachers how much they miss them with posters and waiting for them to drive by their houses in what seems to be caravans of love.
This Is How Teachers Show Love During Coronavirus

Students and teachers can't be with each other every day. But some have found sweet ways to stay connected and show love and appreciation beyond video chat classrooms.

Graphic via Shutterstock / Courier
Michigan’s Teacher Shortage Is So Bad the State Had to Hire 2,500 Long-Term Substitutes

A new report out this week offers solutions from the people who understand these issues the best—the teachers.