Last year, Ryan Heur was a senior at Novi High School taking advantage of an innovative incubator class to design and market a new product from start to finish. The experience allowed him and his classmates to see two of
Five years after accepting dramatic concessions to help pull Flint Community Schools out of deficit spending, the district’s teachers have overwhelmingly approved a contract that raises pay, lowers class sizes, and restores MESSA health care benefits, among other improvements.
November 20, 2019
By PAULA HERBART/President – Michigan Education Association
How would you like your child’s teacher to be evaluated? By the number of correct “bubbles” filled in on a standardized test? Or by creative lesson plans that develop critical thinking skills under
Testimony continued Tuesday in the Senate Education Committee on legislation meant to provide local flexibility to the Michigan Merit Curriculum.
MEA submitted written testimony about SB 600-601, supporting the direction of the bills to provide greater flexibility for districts to design high