It’s not too early to start thinking about NEA’s 17th annual Read Across America Day celebration on March 2. This year’s theme honors the Dr. Seuss classic, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” And MEA is providing materials to help you showcase your efforts to promote reading.
With states across the country—including Michigan—debating whether to implement a system that ranks schools on letter grades, a report by the Great Lakes Center for Education Research and Practice shows that using an A-F letter-grade ranking is invalid and fails to provide important information about a school’s quality.
When you find yourself in a hole, the first step to getting out is to stop digging.
The hole I am referring to is the $1 billion taxpayers spend each year on Michigan’s experiment with charter schools.
MEA has secured special pricing for Detroit Pistons games that are not available to the general public.
The Library of Michigan (LM) released its 2015 Notable Book List which celebrates Michigan people, places and events.
Only one in three people in Michigan has an associate’s degree or higher so President Obama’s proposal to provide free community college tuition for the first two years could take away the financial barrier that keeps many students from going to school beyond high school. The plan could save each student an average of $3,800 annually if a student takes advantage of the offer.