The district said much of its reopening protocol will look like its plan when before the vaccine was available and COVID-19 infections were low.
The veto was a rare flashpoint of disagreement after a largely bipartisan process leading to a $17 billion education budget for the next school year.
The schools also won't mandate any testing protocols and recommended any schools abide by their county health department's quarantine protocols in the event of a positive coronavirus infection during the school year.
Paul Spadafora, director of Professional Engineering Programs for Detroit Mercy’s College of Engineering & Science, said it’s important to establish the consortium because cybersecurity is a growing threat.
The University of Michigan is creating a new office dedicated to investigating sexual misconduct claims on campus, providing support to victims, and offering education.
The one-time infusion of money is a "game-changing opportunity" the Michigan Education Association said and closes a funding gap that's persisted in schools for decades.
Michigan lawmakers are about to send through approval of a $17.1 billion K-12 budget that eliminates per-student funding gap among districts and increases funding by 10%.
While the infection rate is low and the vaccination rate in the state is over 60%, the Michigan health department is still offering several measures for schools to consider.
The state's newest budget essentially closes a funding gap for schools, adding an extra $589 per student for most districts. The House approved the measure by a 105-3 vote.
The Florida principal said the process was especially beneficial to him as he got a chance to learn more about each student.
"This is gong to cost about $152 million a year, and we can enroll approximatley 17,400 additional kids in free pre-school," she said. And it will cost another $50 million in federal dollars in what the governor says is generally, a bi-partisan effort.
The $109 billion plan to make two years of community college free for all students is part of the American Families Plan which was announced by the Biden Administration earlier this year.
Cincinnati Public Schools entered a $3 million settlement with the parents of an 8-year-old student who killed himself after being bullied.
Rarely do donations so large go toward schools not already considered some of the richest in the country.
A Virginia school board held a naming ceremony where they removed the name of a Confederate soldier from a middle school and replaced it with Katherine Johnson — the NASA legend.
A power outage threatened to derail a Texas high school commencement ceremony Friday evening, but attendees saved the day just by reaching into their pockets.
Under the governor's proposal, the state would boost state money per student by $581, which would close a gap that's existed in the education budget for 27 years.
"Special education vacancies are always harder to fill," said Supt. Nikolai Vitti. "Because there are fewer teachers are generally going into the field of teaching and when they are, they aren't necessarily going into special education."
A Los Angeles toddler has been accepted into Mensa— the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. Kashe Quest is just 2 years old and has an IQ of 146.
A school district near Lansing is dropping its Chiefs nickname.