Local and state jobs reports show significant growth and project continued growth for years to come.
Chief Information Officer Brian Kelley explains why education is the cornerstone of his career.
Grady Emmons of Detroit used his education to make advances in the criminal justice field.
Michigan’s public education chief says he will oversee a public work group aimed at developing ways to better integrate technology into the education system after the state came under fire for participating in backroom discussions on lower-cost education models.
Manufacturing employment is on the rise within the Detroit metro area.
Business Director Marlowe Stoudamire shares his advice for budding managers.
Doug Ford explains why his education was key to launching a career in criminal justice.
A newspaper report says that a work group has been meeting in secret to develop a lower-cost model for K-12 public education, and that top aides to Gov. Rick Snyder are involved.
How do you make sure kids get an education if they don’t even have a place to call home?
Some Michigan lawmakers are making another attempt to change the state’s high school graduation requirements, which they argue do not provide flexibility to allow students to pursue career and technical education programs.
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