Traverse City Adjusts Zoning To Allow Schools DowntownCity commissioners voted 4-3 to make a zoning change that would allow private schools as well as colleges in certain downtown areas in the northern Michigan town.
Michigan Legislature OKs School Accounts Destined For VetoRepublican lawmakers took final votes on veto-destined bills early Wednesday that would let Michigan students attend private schools and pay other educational expenses with scholarship accounts funded by people and corporations that would get tax credits for their donations.
Private Schools Win Decision Over Tax Dollars For SafetyThe Michigan Supreme Court on Monday upheld a law that gives public money to private schools to comply with health and safety orders.
Public Aid For Private Schools Lands At Michigan's Top CourtThe Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a dispute over public aid for private schools.
Judge Extends Suspension Of Michigan Aid To Private SchoolsA judge says she's leaning toward an injunction that would stop $2.5 million in state aid for Michigan private schools.
School Warns Parents: No More Snow Days, Even If It's Below ZeroWhile many schools close when the wind chills drop well below zero, one local school will be bundled up and open for business.
Public Safety, Education Get Boost In Snyder Budget PlanGovernor Rick Snyder is releasing his 2012 through 2013 budget proposal.
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