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We will not solve the lead exposure problem in Michigan by only testing for lead paint and ignoring the ongoing threat of lead in our water.
Almost as endangered today as the northern white rhino, school librarians may be making a comeback, if three legislators have their way.
You’ve read the doom-and-gloom stories. But they fail to point out how well many Michigan students are doing.
Mitchell Robinson understands the desire to try things to improve Michigan schools. But he believes a package of bills addressing teacher education do more harm than good.
Look beyond the campaign ads with the family pooch and ask how politicians will treat the four-legged friends around us.
Michigan desperately needs investment in early childhood education. Voters should ask candidates where they stand on the issue.
An uncontrolled spill lasting just two hours could cost Michigan at least $6 billion, say two Michigan State University researchers
Rep. Hank Vaupel takes offense at a guest column accusing him of supporting puppy mills. He’s the one trying to close them down, says the former vet.
Metro Minneapolis is one of the most liveable regions in the country. It didn’t happen overnight.
Michigan State and particularly the University of Michigan trail leading Big Ten schools in their efforts to reduce the carbon footprint on campus
An appeals court is expected to soon decide whether the state is shorting Michigan local governments billions of dollars a year under the Headlee Amendment to the state constitution
Bill Schuette, a candidate for governor, had claimed all his assets were in a blind trust. Then how to explain undisclosed, million-dollar properties that he sold in the Virgin Islands? An op-ed from his GOP opponent, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley.
Mary Buchzeiger is CEO of a $40 million auto supplier. She’s a loyal Republican. And she’s scared her president is going to run her out of business.
Ditching the 10-cent per bottle deposit law is a seriously bad idea.
A former Michigan Teacher of the Year reminds us that we’ve long worried about how well our children read, but we keep ignoring the real solutions
Michigan has had a quarter century of experience with term limits, but the promises of a more dynamic democracy never came to fruition.
A bill being considered in the Michigan House would bar local communities from instituting ordinances that ban the retail sale of puppies on stores. Some pet stores get their puppies from puppy mills.
The writer, a doctoral student, said she, like victims of Larry Nassar, faced indifference from the school after she sought help for sexually harassment
Bottle deposits may have made sense in 1976. But today they’re depressing recycling rates and limiting consumer options.
As the number of school librarians dropped, so did Michigan’s literacy rank. One school librarian doesn’t think that’s a coincidence.