A Twelve-point-five million dollar jail construction project in Wexford County may be put on hold. Continue reading
Gov. Rick Snyder is renewing his support for banning openly carrying firearms in Michigan schools. Continue reading
The state House has approved its plan to fund K-12 schools, colleges, and universities through the next fiscal year. The proposal would boost education funding by more than $200 million over the current year. Continue reading
Michigan families could lose their cash assistance if one or more of their children persistently miss school. That’s under a bill approved by the state House on Thursday.
Now-dissolved Buena Vista School District has a large debt from its dissolution process. Its remaining debt could be paid off in the near future under legislation approved by the state Senate, this week.
Saginaw Public Schools will have to come up with a new deficit elimination plan due to a lack of support to shut down Saginaw High by its school board, at Wednesday’s meeting.
Have you ever been afraid to go somewhere, such as a haunted house, maybe? What about school?
Schools may have a tough time finding funding for supplies and programs, but two schools in northern Michigan are receiving some helpful grants – thanks to local youth.
Students at Wolverine Community Schools and Mackinaw City Public Schools can look forward to ipads, books and assemblies thanks to the actions of other students.
Members in the Youth Advisory Council, or YAC, chose how they wanted to help other youth in their communities. Continue reading
Officials with CMU’s College of Medicine are reacting to an influx of grant money that was awarded to their program, this week.
The 2008 recession has left its mark on more than just the economy, it’s also hurt school funding. This according to a new report released October 16 from the nonpartisan Center on Budget and Policy. Continue reading
Thousands of Michigan students, parents, teachers and community leaders are expected to participate. Continue reading
It’s supposed to be a safe place to learn and grow, but some youth advocates say in Michigan there is a growing tendency to criminalize rather than educate children. The advocates are working to fight what they call the “school-to-prison pipeline.”
Most students look forward to summer for three months off from school. Next year for students in the Baldwin School District however, summer will be cut short. Continue reading
With costs for education on the rise, a new bill has been introduced in the state legislature that aims to make school supplies more affordable. Continue reading
Central Michigan University is the first out of the State’s Universities to announce their tuition rate increase for the 2014-2015 school year. Continue reading
Governor Rick Snyder has approved a bill modifying school safety drill requirements.
Funding and enrollment issues surrounding the Saginaw School District are beginning to resemble the closure of Buena Vista, last year.
Parents, students and faculty of Saginaw High, Ruben Daniels and Heavenrich Elementary will know their fate on Saturday.
Yesterday, the board was expected to vote on the closure of all three schools located on Saginaw’s east side.
M-Live reported this morning that the vote for the original proposal to close the schools was delayed, 6-1, until Saturday.
Saginaw Superintendent Carlton Jenkins and his administration originally proposed a restructure of the district. It would include the school closures, moving students and making cuts.
Recently, the Michigan Department of Education was unable to approve Saginaw Public School’s 2013-14 Deficit Elimination Plan.
According to a letter sent to Saginaw from the department, the state is concerned the district is not making significant changes in its operations to mitigate increases in its current deficit.
In addition, the letter said that Saginaw will be given until Monday, February 10, to come up with a viable Deficit Elimination Plan.
If a viable plan is not approved, the state will withhold the district’s February state-aid payment of just under $5 million.
In Thursday’s State of the State address, Governor Rick Snyder issued a proposal that would keep students in school year-round.
Exercising, learning about your body and having fun – who knew all of these could be combined into one?
Governor Rick Snyder has signed a law this week that offers new protections for students in public schools.
Heart attacks are most commonly thought of as a risk in older age groups.
A northern Michigan court is one of six to be chosen to participate in a national initiative.