Inskter Public Schools are apparently without a superintendent Wednesday morning, and the district’s teachers may soon be out of a job as well.
Reports say the Buena Vista Board of Education approved a deficit elimination plan Tuesday night, potentially ending a freeze on state dollars to the district.
It appears that a payless payday for teachers in one Oakland County school district has been averted.
Teachers and other staff in the Pontiac School District are met Friday night to address the fact that they’ve been told they may not get paychecks next week.
The state-appointed emergency manager for the Detroit Public Schools says he’ll fire a superintendent and make other changes to exert control over academic policies.
School administrators in at least three Michigan counties decided to cancel classes Thursday and Friday because of talk surrounding the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut and rumors connected to the Mayan calendar predicting the end of the world.
A former assistant superintendent for Pontiac Schools has been indicted on corruption and money laundering charges.
The superintendent of the Kansas City schools is the first chancellor of the Michigan Education Achievement Authority, which Governor Snyder recently created to help under-achieving schools.
Teachers will pay more in their own health care coverage. The district says the two-year deal will save 10-million dollars, ensuring that major programs won’t be slashed.
Some Macomb County superintendents met with elected state and federal officials about proposed cuts to education.
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