Michigan K-12 school districts are set to see a small increase in funding for next year’s budget, but nowhere near enough to make up for the $1 billion in cuts that the Snyder administration previously made to local schools.
In an attempt to give the impression of being more transparent, the so-called “Education Technology Work Group” has launched a Facebook page to collect input from Michigan citizens on education policy, particularly with regard to technology expansion.
The Novi Education Association and other local MEA affiliates held a community forum Monday to discuss issues affecting school employees, students and families.
Providing proper support to educators while finding reliable methods of evaluating them was a hot topic of debate at an education summit held Monday in Novi that featured policy leaders from across Michigan
Michigan House Democrats have proposed major increases in public education funding.
The Michigan House Democrats’ budget, released this week, proposes to increase pre-K-12 funding by $537 million and higher education funding by $37.5 million, while providing three-quarters of a billion dollars in tax relief for middle-class families.
Art show juror Bob Reeker holds “Nightsight,” a collage by MEA member Colleen Redfield that won “Best in Show” at the 2013 MEA/Michigan Art Education Association Art Acquisitions Purchase Exhibition.
MEA members entered more than 100 pieces of art for the 2013 MEA/Michigan Art Education Association Art Acquisitions Purchase Exhibition, with the “Best in Show” award going to Colleen Redfield, an education support professional from Stockbridge.
BIG RAPIDS, Mich., March 21, 2013 — A state administrative law judge has ordered the Ferris State University Board of Trustees to explain why it voted to reject its own contract proposal with the Ferris Faculty Association, which represents employees at the university.
In one of the first long-term studies tracking the effects of bullying, Duke University researchers have found that bullied children grow into adults who are at increased risk of anxiety disorders, depression and suicidal thoughts. In addition, bullies who had not been victimized themselves were four times more likely to have antisocial personality disorder.