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April 11, 2019
City of Muskegon hangs onto hope historic Froebel School can be redeveloped

A portion of the long-vacant Froebel School building in the Jackson Hill neighborhood will soon be demolished by the city of Muskegon, which maintains hope the historic school will be redeveloped.

City of Muskegon hangs onto hope historic Froebel School can be redeveloped

April 11, 2019
Michigan education at ‘crossroads,’ Kalamazoo superintendent says in pursuit of state position

Kalamazoo Public Schools Superintendent Michael Rice said he is seeking the state superintendency because it is an important time for the future of education in Michigan.

Michigan education at ‘crossroads,’ Kalamazoo superintendent says in pursuit of state position

April 11, 2019
Personnel files portray man accused of child sex abuse as model educator

A man who is the subject of a federal criminal complaint alleging child sexual abuse and pornography is portrayed in personnel files as a model educator for 23 years

Personnel files portray man accused of child sex abuse as model educator

April 10, 2019
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer talks water crisis, education, auto insurance at Flint roundtable

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said she’s looking for ways to lower auto insurance costs, lower state spending on legal bills associated with the Flint water crisis and advance “creative solutions” to promote literacy.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer talks water crisis, education, auto insurance at Flint roundtable

April 10, 2019
Michigan Senate votes to delay changes to teacher evaluation standards

A scheduled change to state teacher and administrator evaluation standards requiring a heavier reliance on student test results would be delayed for another school year under bills passed in the Michigan Senate Wednesday.

Michigan Senate votes to delay changes to teacher evaluation standards