School bells are ringing throughout metro Detroit as another school year gets underway.
As the school year begins, there are some things parents – and teachers – need to know to help students get off to a good start.
The Republican-crafted spending plan affects many corners of Michigan life — from how much it will cost to hunt and fish, to fixing deteriorating roads, to lengthening the school year.
The legislation would let the state school superintendent and state treasurer jointly determine to dissolve a district with fewer than 2,500 students that is deemed not to be “financially viable.”
In February, the Michigan Department of Civil Rights cited 35 Michigan school districts for discrimination, saying their mascots reinforce stereotypes and hurt American Indian students’ self-esteem and learning.
In Detroit, summer reading programs for children abound and these five are some of the best around.
Some students will get new Michigan Education Assessment Program math scores after a problem with some questions on the exam.
School was canceled Wednesday for students in Walled Lake following a mass sickout by bus drivers.
A Romulus school will be closed the rest of the week, following an early morning fire that was possibly sparked by a lightning strike.
Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a break-in at a vacant school in Pontiac.