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November 21, 2019
Attorney General’s office suspends school presentations on OK2SAY

The Attorney General’s office is pushing pause on a series of presentations to K-12 students about OK2SAY, the hotline where students across Michigan can report anything that threatens student safety.

Attorney General’s office suspends school presentations on OK2SAY

November 8, 2019
Michigan districts with biggest losses to school choice in 2018-19

The list of Michigan school districts hit hardest by school choice includes some of the largest urban systems -- Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Saginaw, Jackson, Muskegon, Pontiac and Southfield, according to an MLive analysis of state data.

Michigan districts with biggest losses to school choice in 2018-19

November 7, 2019
68 Michigan districts with biggest gains from school choice in 2018-19

About 39% of Michigan's traditional public school systems had a net gain in 2018-19 enrollment through school choice and other programs allowing students to cross district lines, according to an MLive analysis of state data.

68 Michigan districts with biggest gains from school choice in 2018-19

October 27, 2019
Record low birth rate puts pressure on Michigan’s K-12 schools

Officials at Concord Community Schools breathed a sigh of relief last month.

Record low birth rate puts pressure on Michigan’s K-12 schools

October 26, 2019
Michigan bills would let residents donate to teachers on tax returns

Michigan residents would have the option to donate to a fund for school teachers on their tax return under new bills in the state legislature.

Michigan bills would let residents donate to teachers on tax returns