Lawsuit Challenging Ban on School Aid Will Switch CourtsA lawsuit challenging Michigan's ban on public aid for private schools is moving to federal court.
New Education Budget Could Mean School Closures Last fall, Melissa Wriggelsworth said she spent some of her own paycheck to purchase binders for all 18 of her students.
Snyder Education Budget Grants $17 Billion to SchoolsGov. Rick Snyder has signed a $16.8 billion education budget that includes a sizable increase in base aid for lower-funded K-12 districts in Michigan.
Proposed Changes to Michigan Social Studies Curriculum Sparks ControversyProposed changes to how Michigan teaches social studies has caused an uproar among the state's parents and educators,
Unlikely Allies Have United to Improve Michigan Education Business leaders, teachers unions and school administrators have formed an unlikely alliance to improve Michigan's K-12 public education system.
Illinois Could Become 2nd State to Require LGBTQ History Taught in Public SchoolsThe Illinois Senate has approved requiring public schools to teach LGBT history.
New Michigan Curriculum Developed from Native American Archaeological Sites Information from two archaeological sites in western Michigan has been developed into new lesson plans for third grade and fifth grade students.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
State Asking Whether College Plans Can Cover K-12 TuitionGov. Rick Snyder is checking on the legality of allowing Michigan's 529 college savings plans to be used to cover private K-12 tuition costs.
New Website Provides Fiscal Data on Michigan Public SchoolsYou can now easily find out the financial health of each public school in Michigan.
University Of Detroit Mercy Dropping Tuition To 2008 LevelsBy publishing the lower cost the school hopes to encourage students and their families to take a closer look at the school and increase enrollment.
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.