The 8th Annual Michigan Student Political Issues Convention is underway at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, and MiVote.org is there to collect comments and opinions. Former Congressmen Bart Stupak (D-MI) will be delivering the keynote address at the opening session, but a number of other current and former lawmakers are also expected to drop by. During […]
State Representative Paul Scott is the first Michigan lawmaker since 1983 to be recalled. Scott was targeted by the Michigan Education Association for his support of changes to the state’s teacher tenure law and budget cuts to education funding. Read and hear more from Michigan Radio.
Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville said he would support a limited right to work for teachers, which his office termed “Freedom to Teach.” Richardville made his comments on WKAR’s Off the Record program.
The Michigan Supreme Court’s decision to take its work on the road — and show something to the public of how the court works — has fans in Dearborn.
The Michigan Supreme Court went to Dearborn recently to give citizens a better look at how the Court works.
Differences remain among lawmakers and between lawmakers and the governor, but the state’s budget continues to inch toward Governor Rick Snyder’s self-imposed deadline of May 31.
Some schools in Michigan, faced with a lower number of teachers and less state aid, are walking a tightrope over insolvency.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan offered a strong rebuke of leadership of the state’s largest school district.
The high cost of pensions is driving a plan that would convert a third of Detroit’s schools to charters.