Michigan is reporting 51 new school COVID-19 outbreaks since last week.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer did not issue new COVID-19 orders on Friday but is asking all residents to do their part to slow the spread of the virus.
The U.S. Department of Education denied Michigan’s request to waive standardized testing for this school year.
The money will go to 20 full-tuition fellowships for students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. The Cranbrook Art Museum will also get funding.
"During the fall we're going to insist that students who choose to live in residential housing, on campus, dorm rooms, apartments, we're going to mandate you have a vaccine," said Dr. Ora Pescovitz, OU president.
A partnership with a Hazel Park company will allow Lake Superior State University to offer a cannabis chemistry scholarship.
The state's top court overturned a ruling from a lower judge who terminated the parental rights of a poor couple after their children missed more than 25% of school.
The author of Madison Miles and Friends is a Detroit native with a love of reading that stretches back to her childhood. Now, her books tell the stories that parents missed out on growing up.
The Department of Education is waiving some accountability requirements for Michigan schools so they can focus on creating assessments to track student improvement and growth.
The U.S. Education Department is temporarily relaxing the rules of a student loan forgiveness program that's meant to help people with disabilities but that critics say carries overly burdensome rules.
The state announced 70 new outbreaks of COVID-19 in schools.
Detroit Public Schools are going to add a week of virtual learning after spring break in hopes of allowing students and staff time to isolate, in case they were exposed to COVID-19 over the time off.
Riverside Marina is offering its outdoor space so Detroit high school students don't miss out on prom.
Some of the questions were math problems about how many slaves a master would need to purchase.
Metro Detroit schools are seeing more cases of COVID-19 that are being spread outside of the classroom.
The Biden administration is holding a summit next week to help schools reopen safely in the middle of the pandemic, with plans to hear from education leaders, teachers and students.
U.S. guidelines that say students should be kept 6 feet apart in schools are receiving new scrutiny from federal health experts, state governments and education officials working to return as many children as possible to the classroom.
Oxford High School moved to online learning after gatherings held outside of school led to a COVID-19 outbreak, officials said.
The system’s internal messenger was used to send emails to staff and some families, the district added. No sensitive date or student information was compromised, it said. The hack was said to have originated from outside the country.
The state of Michigan reports COVID-19 outbreaks in schools each week.