Work and learn: Michigan teacher certification program would mix theory with more on-the-job experience
Superintendents band together to try to alleviate teacher shortage
Shortening teacher preparation programs will save MSU students $16,700 in tuition and get them into teaching jobs faster.
Extra help is on the way, but funding remains limited
Her influence is likely to be dimmed, but not doused by blue wave
Chalkbeat requested the data from the Michigan Department of Education in May
Expect no flurry of education bills as the GOP majority’s time runs out
Detroit officials aren’t closing schools yet, but they’re asking parents to monitor their children’s social media use.
Superintendent outlines plans to spend the billionaire’s gift on tutoring in literacy and math, pending board approval
The discussion about changing names is part of a broader effort to revisit decisions made during the time the district was overseen by state appointed emergency managers.
A $400,000 proposal from nonprofit Life Remodeled will get a closer look
District recommends renaming Ben Carson H.S., but not East English Village Prep
Duggan administration shelves a planned $6 million investment in child care infrastructure for other priorities
Many Michigan school races were unusually combative, stoking fears that hyper-partisan discourse would interrupt the essential workings of local boards.
Education advocate: ‘We’re thinking boldly now.’
Tuesday’s winners all aimed to continue the district’s ongoing reform efforts to address poor academic achievement and chronic absenteeism.
The sweep in Tuesday’s election means Democrats will maintain a strong majority on the board
Education was a key issue in Michigan governor’s election
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Here are the latest results for the Detroit Public Schools Community District’s school board election.
Winfrey most recently served as head of community outreach for the Detroit Public Schools Community District, a role that benefited from his years forging connections with city residents.
Families typically try their best to get kids to school, interviews with parents and researchers show. If you know why absenteeism remains high, we want to hear your story.
Former Detroit school board president Iris Taylor’s campaign has raised the second-largest amount.
Did Dixon say kids can’t get COVID? Are children failing reading under Whitmer’s watch? As Election Day approaches, Chalkbeat looks into the candidates’ claims about each other.
The study findings are significant for Michigan, which has robust school choice policies but no rules to ensure that students have school options in their own neighborhoods.
Republican candidate built a six-figure campaign war chest for Michigan school board race
More than 75% of Michigan students headed to in-state colleges and universities will be eligible
Tudor Dixon and Gretchen Whitmer debated for the second time before the Nov. 8 election
Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said the district is on the verge of selling the storied building for $400,000.
Opponents say it’s an unnecessary distraction
NAEP scores show Michigan’s longstanding gap between low-income students and affluent peers widened considerably
Math scores declined sharply nationwide on the first National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, given since the pandemic, and Detroit was no exception.
Nikolai Vitti was one of nine finalists for the Urban Educator of the Year award.
Two Democrats, two Republicans, and four minor-party representatives vie for two seats on Michigan state school board
Candidates weigh in on school choice, book bans, performance of state superintendent, and more
Students’ interview with astronaut Koichi Wakata represents a showcase event for Davis Aerospace program.
Researchers say it will take years to catch up; individualized instruction accelerates gains
Eighteen people are running for four seats to oversee the Detroit Public Schools Community District
Governor’s record defined by response to pandemic
Republican candidate wants more school choice, better prepared teachers, more civics lessons, and transparency in curriculum
The board backed name change proposals for Carson and East English Village Prep, and discussed attendance and cellphone use in classrooms
Michigan students are largely back to maskless, in-person learning, but another set of divisive debates looms in upcoming school board elections.
Chalkbeat Detroit and WDET are co-hosting a candidate forum at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 13
Stories about my mom’s adolescence in Lebanon provided just the perspective I needed.
Join Chalkbeat and WDET as we hear from the candidates vying to oversee Detroit public schools.
Despite growing interest, the sport remains inaccessible for many students
Grant program helps students create safe spaces and activities that keep them connected
Plaintiffs sought to use tax-protected MESP accounts to pay tuition at private, religious K-12 schools
Detroit Public Schools Community District is reopening community discussion on the school named for the retired neurosurgeon and former Trump cabinet member.