Michigan’s high school football season is well under way, and while the prep stars of today dream of future glory, there’s a Web site with a complete history of prep seasons past.
The days of families, like those depicted on TV in the 60’s are long gone.
Is Cooley Law School padding the numbers of graduates who find jobs? It’s of case of sue and counter-sue.
Detroit police say the murder rate in the city is up 15 percent from last year at this time, with more than 180 homicides as of July 10.
Get a look at all the important numbers at the Governor’s new education dashboard.
Kettering University will begin to offer a bachelor of science degree in bioinformatics in summer 2011, a hybrid field where biology, computer science and statistics merge to form a single discipline.
The number of people dying on the nation’s roads has fallen to its lowest level in six decades, helped by a combination of seat belts, safer cars and tougher enforcement of drunken driving laws.
Kids across the nation will be learning a common set of mathematics standards starting this fall, if the Common Core State Standards Initiative is successful.
How are kids doing in the United States today? How has the economy affected their health and well-being?