2 Hurt in Indiana Middle School Shooting, Suspect In CustodyAt least two people were injured after a shooting Friday at a middle school in Noblesville, Indiana, police said.
Emergency 911 Technology Struggles to Keep up With the TimesHigh school students hiding from the gunman in Parkland, Florida, were forced to whisper in calls to 911 for fear of tipping off their location.
School Security Officer Arrested For Using Stun Gun On StudentA Missouri school security officer has been arrested after allegedly using a stun gun on a 14-year-old student.
5-Year-Old Claims Teachers Taped Mouth Shut, Threw Out LunchA Michigan family is demanding answers after their five-year-old son claims two teachers repeatedly taped his mouth shut and threw out his lunch at school.
Homeowner Shoots at 14-year-old Asking for Directions After Missing the Bus 14-year-old boy was shot at by a Rochester Hills homeowner after reportedly knocking on the door for help. According to the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, the Rochester High student reportedly was lost on his way to school
New Website Provides Fiscal Data on Michigan Public SchoolsYou can now easily find out the financial health of each public school in Michigan.
Before The Bell Rings Tomorrow, Check Out These School Friendly AppsVerizon Wireless spokesperson Steve Van Dinter offers his thoughts on four apps that can positively impact the upcoming school year for students, parents and teachers.
Homework Banned For Elementary Schools In One Florida CountyElementary school students in Marion County, Florida will no longer have daily homework assignments.
Ask A Detroit Expert: 5 Tips For Getting Your Child Ready For KindergartenRead these tips in order to better prepare your child for kindergarten.
Survey: Nearly 50 Percent Of Parents Send Their Kids To School Knowing They're SickNearly half said they feel pressured to send their kids to school in these conditions -- even if they’re sick -- because they can’t miss work.
Ask An Expert: Overcoming First Day Of School JittersOvercoming first day jitters -- whether for kindergarten or a new school -- all starts with the parents, according to two counselors who weigh in on the subject.
Report: Michigan On Par To Have One Of Country's Worst Education Systems If Changes Aren't MadeMichigan has failed to keep pace with the rest of the country and in some cases, we're performing worse than 10 years ago.