Technology in Education
Hundreds of Detroit Public Schools students took part in a hands-on day of activities at the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix to learn how science, technology, engineering and math could be used to obtain a job in automotive and racing.
Student from five Metro Detroit middle schools spent two days developing an app to help
Student teachers from Oakland University are leading classes at STARBASE One at Selfridge Air National Guard Base.
Students from five Metro Detroit middle schools took part in a hackathon Friday at the Ford STEAM lab in Detroit.
A local team of three high school students will be representing the United States at the World Robot Olympiad in Russia.
The 2014 U.S. News and World Report survey of the best online college programs for veterans ranked the Southfield-based university 17th in the country.
A new report from Michigan Virtual University finds mixed results for online learning in Michigan.
A new season is upon the FIRST Robotics competition teams across the country, and Michigan leads the way with more high school teams than any other state.
Four fifth-grade girls from the Detroit Public Schools’ Marcus Garvey Academy earned first place Wednesday afternoon in the Compuware Mobile App Challenge — a competition to design the best app idea for concept development by Compuware.
Students at the University of Michigan aren’t just fired up about the Final Four. They’re also excited about entrepreneurship programs on the Ann Arbor Campus. During March Madness, 18 student organizations have come together over the past month to celebrate a Month of Entrepreneurship at U-M.