Teach for America using $30 million to offer fellowships for teachers at five Michigan schools
After a successful model in Detroit led to an overwhelming retention rate among teachers, Teach for America is expanding the program to other school districts around the state.
Watch: Service dog earns diploma, steals the show at college graduation
This good boy attended all of his owner's classes at Seton Hall University.
Michigan ditches A-F letter grade system given to public schools
The grade system narrowly passed in 2018 before receiving bipartisan pushback after it was rammed through the legislature during a lame duck session when Rick Snyder was still governor.
Michigan lawmaker proposes combating teacher shortage with changes to substitute requirements
A Michigan lawmaker has proposed changing substitute teaching requirements as a short-term solution to a teacher shortage. Under the changes, anyone who is 21 or older and has a high school diploma would be able to sub.
Grosse Pointe schools debates millions in budget cuts during 9-hour board meeting
A school board meeting didn't get out until 3 a.m. as the district weighs necessary budget cuts from a dramatic drop in enrollment.
2 dorm directors fired for using pronouns in emails at small New York Christian college
The recent firings prompted more than 700 alumni to sign a petition in protest.
Michigan student's Doodle for Google drawing heads to finals - How to vote
A Michigan elementary student's drawing was selected from tens of thousands of submissions in this year's Doodle for Google contest.
Striking U-M grad student instructors claim school is falsifying grades
A spokesperson for the University of Michigan says the grade-changing accusations are false.
Colleges scramble to police ChatGPT usage by students with AI shortcut
“We went on spring break and came back and all of a sudden the whole world was on AI," said Kelly Genei, associate professor, Cleary University.
Michigan university adds full-time therapy dog to help students' mental health
Meet Onyx, a 2-year-old black lab with an important mission at Davenport University - providing comfort to students to help their mental health. She will primarily be at the Grand Rapids campus but will also visit the Midland, Lansing, Holland, Warren, and Detroit campuses.
Parents upset as Troy school board votes to change middle school math track
The Troy school board voted to do away with the honors track for math in favor of a single track for all students.
Missouri teacher resigns after using racial slur; student who recorded it suspended
A Missouri high school teacher who was videotaped repeatedly using a racial slur in class has resigned from the district, while the student who took the video finishes serving a school suspension.
USDA considers chocolate milk ban in school cafeterias
The USDA's proposed change is part of new guidelines for healthier school meals for kids.
Focus: HOPE job training program prepares Metro Detroit participants for workforce
Focus: HOPE is seeking applicants for its job training program, which prepares people for work with Detroit employers, such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, and DTE.
At Milford elementary school, dads double as positive role models and security
Mr. Nick and Mr. Jerry fill more than a few roles within the Kurtz Elementary school district, giving them a chance to see their own kids while supporting dozens of others.
Federal student loan repayments to restart, education secretary confirms
'We're preparing our borrowers to restart" federal student loan repayments, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says.
14-year-old teen genius and business owner graduates with bachelor’s: ‘It was pretty easy’
Mike Wimmer, 14, who is also a member of MENSA, decided to pursue his bachelor’s to be taken more seriously.
Detroit learning center No Fear Cafe named Small Business Hero, receives $20K
Detroit learning center No Fear Cafe was named a Small Business Hero for the work it does to help the community.
Eastern Michigan University honors alum killed in Texas mall shooting
Eastern Michigan University is remembering and honoring Aishwarya Thatikonda, a recent graduate who was killed at a Texas mall over the weekend.
Watch: Henry Ford College graduate receives degree while in labor
A Henry Ford College student didn't let being in labor stop her from walking across the stage to receive her degree Saturday.