Michigan Matters: The Aftermaths of the Oxford School ShootingAs the community continues to pick up the pieces following the Nov. 30 shooting rampage at Oxford High School which claimed the lives of four students and injured seven others, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard appeared on  CBS 62's “Michigan Matters” to talk about the incident and aftermaths. 
"He's The Father To Thousands", Community Mourns Retired Detroit TeacherStudents recall finding Mr. Coker in a class on the first floor with chalk in one hand, while greeting kids with the other.
Detroit Schools Shifting To Online Learning On Fridays In December To Ease COVID StressThe Detroit Public Schools Community District said it will switch to online learning on Fridays in December in response to rising COVID-19 cases and the need for mental health relief.
Henry Ford Early College Offers Free Program To Jump Start Wayne County High School Students Medical CareerHenry Ford Early College offers educational and job alternatives to the community and address shortage filling medical positions. It’s open and free to ninth graders in Wayne County. The program grants a high school diploma, associate’s degree and certification in a medical profession in five years. Professions include biotechnology, surgery and pharmacy tech, respiratory therapist, paramedic, medical/clinical practice management, ophthalmic technician. Some continue their education and go into nursing, medical school or other specialties.
Michigan Matters: Education in the Spotlight!Oakland University President Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz and Skillman Foundation’s new President/CEO Angelique Power appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” (airing 8am Sunday) to talk about the state of education in our city and region. 
Detroit Charter School Door To Door Efforts To Find Students Missing From Classroom, Paying OffIn an effort to find students who had not shown up for school, staff at the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences have been making home visits looking for students. In the past two weeks they’ve located 60-70 kids and have returned them to school.
Whitmer Signs $4.4 Billion Federal Bill For MI Schools COVID Pandemic RecoveryThe bipartisan supplemental bill distributes over $4 billion from the federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief, or ESSER, to power schools’ efforts to get our kids back on track. A total of $841 million comes from ESSER II funding from December 2020, while $3.3 billion comes from ESSER III funding from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan
Juneteenth Not Only a Holiday At The Barack Obama Leadership Academy, Its Part Of The Curriculum, And Has Been Over 20 YearsFor over 20 years the Barack Obama Leadership Academy (formally the Timbuktu Academy,) on Detroit’s Eastside, has incorporated Juneteenth, African History in their curriculum, says they are only 1 of 3 schools in Detroit to have this. They celebrated the annual holiday Friday
Schoolcraft College Opens Its New Manufacturing & Engineering Center In Livonia, Will Offer More Youth STEM ProgramsSchoolcraft opens Manufacturing and Engineering Center in Livonia. Will offer several skill trade programs that lead to jobs. Will also offer k-12 youth STEM programs.
Detroit Public Schools To Resume In-Person Learning May 24The Detroit Public Schools Board voted to return to in-person learning. 
More People Urged To Take Advantage Of Free Community College TuitionOver 65,000 adults throughout the state of Michigan are signing up for a tuition free education.