Senate Democratic Leader Gretchen Whitmer announced today that the Senate Finance Committee will be taking up legislation tomorrow to enact the Michigan 2020 Plan, in what could be a historic first step toward making the plan to offer free college tuition a reality for high school graduates across the state
Parents taking out a crippling loan to ensure that their child has a good education is nothing new. However, they usually wait until the child is in a grade that doesn’t have a finger painting class before they start slowly going into debt.
Schools these days seem to have no compunctions about policing students’ use of social media. An Indiana teenager was recently expelled for swearing in a tweet, and now a Brooklyn, New York school is forcing its charges to delete their Facebook accounts — or face expulsion themselves.
Since the economy took a turn for the worse, more and more young adults are moving back home with their parents after graduating from college, and this could be one reason why: recent grads are making less now than they did a decade ago.
Senate Democratic Leader Gretchen Whitmer announced the MI2020 Scholarship Competition today that will provide the winner with a year's worth of tuition, up to $10,000, at any on Michigan's community colleges or public universities
You can’t get much more heroic than rescuing school children from a burning bus. Which is why public school officials and firefighters in Charlotte, North Carolina are raving about school bus driver Lindora Richardson, whose calm in the face of potential catastrophe may have saved the lives of the six children on her bus last Wednesday afternoon.
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