Michigan Department of Education
The state of Michigan is easing some financial oversight of Detroit’s public schools.
Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy, an online public school authorized by Manistee Area Public Schools, has been approved by the Michigan Department of Education and is now enrolling students in grades K-12 for the 2013-2014 school year. MGLVA will use the K12 curriculum to offer Michigan students a high quality, individualized learning experience delivered by Michigan-certified teachers.
On Wednesday, Feb. 6, TechSmith kicks off a collaboration with the Michigan Department of Education by sponsoring Digital Learning Day.
The Michigan Department of Education is out with its latest assessment. Where do your neighborhood schools stand?
The Wayne State University College of Nursing has received a state grant of nearly $3.4 millionto fund an after-school and summer enrichment program to prepare 1,250 high school students for admission to college and careers in health care.
A key portion of Michigan’s archives is on the move.
The Michigan Department of Education, in partnership with the Alliance for Excellent Education, Monday announced its participation as a state host in the first-ever Digital Learning Day campaign and kick off to Michigan’s “Year of the Digital Learner.”
The grant recipients have been labeled as being among the state’s lowest-performing schools.
For parents of young children, it can be hard to decide what to do to best help develop early language and reading skills.
Chandler, Ariz.-based Learning Bridges, a provider of research-based, online K-12 professional development programs proven to increase teacher effectiveness, has been named a SIG Approved External Service Provider by the Michigan Department of Education.