Michigan Schools Not Making The Grade According To New StudyA new study of states with the best and worst school systems ranks Michigan in the bottom half, at number 34.
Wayne County Voters To Be Asked For Extra Money For SchoolsOfficials say the tax would provide more than $385 per student in additional resources per year for six years.
How Michigan's New $54.9 Billion Budget Will Affect YouIt will touch many corners of Michigan life — from road repairs to increased dental coverage for low-income children and how many state troopers patrol the highways.
Detroit Charter School With Hundreds Of Students Is ClosingA teacher, Kyle Lackey, says the news is "devastating."
Wayne State Board Approves 4.1 Percent Average Tuition HikeWayne State's Board of Governors approved the increase Friday as part of the school's $631 million operating budget for fiscal year 2017.
Report: Michigan 40th In Nation For Childhood EducationA new report says Michigan lags the rest of the nation in math and reading proficiency for young children.
University Of Michigan Approves Increase In Tuition, FeesRegents also voted to increase undergraduate financial aid by 10.8 percent.
Michigan State University Board Approves Tuition HikeMSU's president sites slumping state aid for Michigan's universities for years.
Snyder Signs Bill Requiring Genocide Education In MichiganAn estimated 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust during World War II.
As School Year Ends, Teachers Urged Not To Release Class Pets Into WildSome animals and plants commonly kept in classrooms are considered invasive species in Michigan.
Genocide Education Requirement On Way To Michigan GovernorThe bill requires older schoolchildren to learn about the Holocaust and the 1915 Armenian massacre.
Michigan Falls Further Behind In The Classroom: Fourth Grade Reading Scores 41st In NationExecutives say if the state doesn't dramatically improve educational practices and policies, Michigan will fall to 48th by 2030.