Black children in Michigan are performing worse than their peers nationally in every metric measured, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s new Race for Results report.
High school classes start so early around this city that some kids get on buses at 5:30 in the morning.
The Ben L. Silberstein Institute for Brain Health will find its home within Wayne State University’s Integrative Biosciences Center, under the leadership of Dr. David Rosenberg.
Now, it’s incumbent upon local school districts to accept the funds so children in all communities can reap the proven benefits.
A Wednesday panel at the Mackinac Policy Conference highlighted the influence of young people in Michigan’s political, social and economic environments, while also calling attention to issues most pressing to Generation Z.
I think a lot of people my age are frustrated with the policies created by those before us. Inflation isn’t new, and prices are continually rising. But incomes and economic security from the government aren’t rising at the same rate.
A ruling from a state administrative law judge on Monday has not stopped graduate workers at the University of Michigan from picketing in Ann Arbor this week, as the workers continue to seek higher pay, better services and more supports from the university by picketing through Friday.
Faced with a growing number of options for where to enroll their children in school, parents quickly narrow their choices based on their own educational experience as students.
A Washtenaw County judge has denied a request for a restraining order filed by the University of Michigan against its striking graduate student workers.
A new report shows Michigan ranks seventh-worst in the nation for fourth grade reading scores as education leaders grapple with what to do with the state’s Read by Grade 3 law.