The state’s Education Achievement Authority, which currently operates low-performing schools in Detroit, has lost nearly a quarter of its students in the past year.
From Hull, England to Maryland, Oregon, Hamtramck, Roseville and Detroit, The Engineering Society of Detroit Institute will bring together leading experts from throughout the country and the United Kingdom to share best practices in education, police, the courts, community revitalization, and more.
University of Toledo President Lloyd Jacobs said the aim is to “blur the line between Michigan and Ohio.”
Instead of giving that sweater or a pair of socks that will probably be exchanged for something else this holiday season, you can now give the gift of education. The Michigan Education Savings Program is now offering E-Gifting, allowing grandparents, aunts, uncles, or family friends to contribute toward a child’s college education savings account, just by clicking on a link.
Who has more anxiety when children leave for college — the kids or their parents?
The Michigan Legislature has given the final go-ahead to resume spending money to implement more rigorous and uniform national education standards.
Lawmakers began debating whether to take a hard-line stance by holding back the state’s 36,000 third-graders who are not proficient in reading.
Michigan’s new color-coded school accountability system already could be up for an overhaul just two months after its debut.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
The Common Core standards adopted by 45 states demand critical thinking and problem solving that backers say will give students an education that’s competitive with other countries.