The Detroit News editorial board chose to cut nearly a third of the column President Herbart submitted for her monthly “Labor Voices” column, which appeared in today’s paper. Interestingly, the nearly 200 words they chose to cut explained (with citing’s
EAST LANSING – The Michigan Education Association is pleased to announce our recommendations for important races for the Michigan Supreme Court, Congress, and the four statewide education boards.
For the Michigan Supreme Court, while only two seats are available, MEA is
A bill with bipartisan support that would keep standardized test scores from taking on even greater importance in the lives of teachers and students in Michigan got a hearing in a state House committee last week—but no vote.
After months without action, House Bill 5707 – the bipartisan bill that would freeze the percentage of evaluations based on student growth at 25 percent instead of a planned increase to 40 percent – will receive a hearing this Thursday in