Panel siding with teachers in dispute over quitting union - Education Week
Snyder signs school bake sale, mobile home laws - Education Week
Michigan lawmakers approve $54.5 billion budget - Education Week
Michigan workgroup unveils early literacy recommendations - Education Week
District policy could require students to take state tests - Education Week
School budget includes $70-$140 increase in student funding - Education
Financially struggling district to close only high school - Education Week
Michigan Senate to OK teacher evaluation changes - Education Week
Michigan Senate approves new educator evaluation standards - Education Week
Efforts to Regulate Home Schooling Rekindle Controversies - Education Week
As state policymakers push for more oversight of home schooling families, advocates for education at home are split over how much regulation is necessary.
States Pitch Changes as They Seek NCLB Waiver Renewals - Education Week
Testing, teacher evaluations, and A-F grading systems are among the issues as states apply for renewal of flexibility under the No Child Left Behind Act.
$16 million high school STEM facility coming to Detroit - Education Week
Snyder to sign $54.5B Michigan budget with more for schools - Education
Governor Strips Ed. Agency of Power Over Reform Board - Education Week
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a controversial executive order transferring the state school reform office from the Michigan education department to a state office that is directly under his control.
Principal, nonprofit leader accused of stealing $100,000 - Education Week
Popularity Grows Anew for Year-Round Schooling - Education Week
Behind the recent upswing are grant programs in Michigan and Virginia aimed primarily at reducing time out of school for students from low-income families.
Counselors Work to Get More Students on College Path - Education Week
In some states, new initiatives and graduate programs are providing needed training to expand college counseling in high schools.
Mich. Approves Pay Cut for Detroit Teachers - Education Week
Detroit teachers will see a pay cut to offset a $127 million deficit.
Detroit Public Schools to hold career fair for new teachers - Education
Students charged after device similar to stun gun found - Education Week
District wants lawsuit over open-carry in school dismissed - Education Week
Schools Weigh Expanding Free Meals to All Students - Education Week
Schools and districts now have until Aug. 31 to opt for a new federal provision that allows them to serve free meals to all students.
Snowball case melts; teen sues Detroit district over arrest - Education
Detroit school board members file civil rights complaint - Education Week
Michigan plans to reduce length of standardized tests - Education Week
Detroit announces program to train students as firefighters - Education
Free-tuition program Kalamazoo Promise delivers for students - Education
Steven Spielberg, Bill Ford team up on tolerance education - Education Week
Michigan attorney general promotes school safety hotline - Education Week
Students turn in petition asking to display Confederate flag - Education
Ann Arbor wins key decision in dispute over guns in schools - Education
Benefit seeks to help former foster children pay for college - Education
Detroit schools reducing district-level mandated testing - Education Week
More Michigan students get chance at safe driving program - Education Week
Free, online textbooks include factual errors, poor grammar - Education
House OKs holding back third-graders who lag in reading - Education Week
Task force to recommend changes to special education system - Education
Gov. Snyder: Michigan liable if Detroit schools not fixed - Education Week
$45M grant request for Michigan charter schools rejected - Education Week
Bill lets retirees teach, get pension due to lack of subs - Education Week
Girl with service dog wants US Supreme Court to take case - Education Week
Students struggle on tougher state test that sets baseline - Education Week
Federal Grant Rejected for Michigan Charters - Education Week
The U.S. Department of Education has rejected a $45 million grant request from Michigan to improve and expand charter schools.
U.S. Sues Township Over Muslim School - Education Week
The federal government last week sued a Michigan township for denying a zoning change that would allow construction of an Islamic school that has outgrown its nearby home.
Lansing Schools responds to civil lawsuit allegations - Education Week
Bills to protect student data advance in Legislature - Education Week
Michigan tribe awarded $300,000 federal education grant - Education Week