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Connections Education's Michigan-based virtual and blended learning public schools receive high marks from parents
No decision yet on school Wednesday; school officials are working around required high school exams scheduled this week.
Donations at pancake breakfast will offset costs for Lake Orion Percussion ensemble to perform in world competition in Dayton, Ohio.
What does legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder mean for the spring dismissal date?
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After two failed bond issues, school board members decide roof replacements, security upgrades and other items can’t be delayed. But resulting budget cuts will likely be “very unpleasant
Referring to pot as a “benign substance that has no ill effects” in medical marijuana and legalization campaigns is “a great disservice to young people,” drug czar says.
Abby Ernatt will be volunteering with the Rural Reconstruction project at the Southern Appalachian Labor School in West Virginia.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
More than 60 percent of last year's graduates have an average debt of more than $28,000.
As cursive becomes endangered in schools, Americans evaluate what it’s really good for.
A big change is underway in the world of American education.
A new study reveals that sexual violence among young Americans is a serious problem.
One private company estimates it will be monitoring students’ tweets in over 3,000 schools by year’s end.
Student loan debt likely will force today's college grads to work longer.
Arts Academy in the Woods blends arts and academics.
Regular inspection of your child’s texts, Facebook and Twitter may not show whether they’re involved in cyberbullying.
To do everything you’re supposed to do, you’d need a time machine.
College swears in new president in ceremony featuring Rochester Hills mayor, Lawrence Tech president.
Michigan students in grades 3 through 9 will be tested in reading, writing, math, science and social studies for the next two weeks.