Lengthy Budget Impasse Taking Toll On Services In MichiganWhen $525,000 in state funding was cut from a popular school truancy program she runs to help students in rural northeastern Michigan, Dorothy Pintar held off as long as possible on reducing staff.
Grand Valley State Students Drop Pledge At Campus MeetingMembers of the student government at Grand Valley State University scratched the Pledge of Allegiance from the agenda at a recent meeting.
Study: E-Cigarettes Aren't A 'Gateway' To Teen SmokingVaping makes teens more likely to try cigarettes, but doesn't increase the odds that they'll become smokers, according to a new study that looked at more than 12,000 middle school and high school students in the United States.
Michigan Inches Up In Reading On Nation's Report CardMichigan students rank roughly middle of the pack in reading on the nation's report card, inching up slightly in the latest two-year testing cycle.
Texas May Remove Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller From CurriculumTexas students may no longer have to learn about Hillary Clinton, Barry Goldwater and Helen Keller in social studies class.
Michigan College Democrats Challenge Election LawsMichigan college students who consider themselves Democrats have filed a lawsuit, arguing that the state's voting laws violate their rights.
Detroit Students Create Puberty App For PeersThe idea came from the students' realization that their parents don't often feel comfortable talking to their kids about sexual health.
Retired Special Ed Teacher Leaves $1 Million To Students In WillMrs. Via Cava left the generous donation in her will after years of careful saving.
Wayne State Offers New Program For Students Who Left University With Debt and No DegreeWayne State offers former students with debt -- but no degree -- a way back.
Valedictorian Claims High School Censored Graduation SpeechAn Illinois high school valedictorian has hired a lawyer after claiming school officials demanded he remove all religious references from his graduation speech.
School District Forcing Students To Smile In Hallways, Reports SayA Pennsylvania school district is under fire for a policy that allegedly requires students to smile when walking in school hallways.