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Transportation is just one of many things Detroit families face as barriers to getting to school.
As parents, we can make our greatest contributions through conversations that shape the adults our children will become.
On what she believes is the most pressing issue facing families today, Faye shared “I am very concerned about the lack of family structure.”
We can no longer depend on educators alone to advocate on our student’s behalf; parents must step into the classroom and build a bridge between home life and school life.
About 100 Kalamazoo College students have shared their concerns about safety and discrimination with school officials.
Michigan is paying $4.9 million this school year to continue its membership in a group developing standardized tests aligned with national Common Core education standards.
Students from Cody High School heard from Detroit Grand Prix representatives and were invited to the course on the May 29 Free Prix Day.
Bagley Elementary School received more than 400 books this week from Strategic Staffing Solutions.
Lawrence Technological Universityhas received a bequest in excess of $5 million, which will be used to fund full scholarships for engineering students.
SEA LIFE Michigan Aquarium at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets opens to the public Jan. 29 with more than 5,000 creatures.