The state’s lowest-performing schools were the hardest hit during the disruption of the pandemic. But the state’s partnership program, which offers more resources and support to these schools, likely helped curb learning loss, an MSU study found.
Barry County Sheriff Dar Leaf, suspected of wrongdoing in a vote machine tampering case, wanted to seize tabulators in three Michigan communities, according to search warrant requests obtained by Bridge.
The Nain Rouge brewery recently opened in Midtown with a couple of goals in mind — training students and diversifying the craft industry. The brewery collaborated with EMU and Midtown Detroit Inc. to see the first group of students through to graduation.
Detroit public schools are fully staffed and the volume of statewide teacher retirements — an imperfect barometer — is steady compared to years past. Challenges remain in Grand Rapids and some rural districts, but there is reason for optimism.
Literacy advocate Rachel Vitti has left her position with Beyond Basics, which received a multi-million-dollar tutoring contract for Detroit schools. Her position at the nonprofit was disclosed to the education board before the contract was approved.
My Detroit court is implementing procedures and standards to ensure that the use of unaffordable bail is limited to the rare cases where someone accused of a crime presents a real flight risk or danger to the public.
“Direct primary care” provides patients with their doctor’s cell phone and drop-in access to care for less than $100 a month. They also often pay far less for common medications. But at what cost to others?