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Michigan's scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, given to a sample of fourth- and eighth-graders nationwide in math and reading, were largely flat in 2017, according to new data released Tuesday.
Muskegon-area students want "common sense gun legislation" and a town hall on gun safety with their congressional representative.
On a scale of 0-100, where does your child's school rank?
You can find out on state's news school index system, which has been rolled out for the first time by the Michigan Department of Education and is being used to determine which schools must improve moving forward or face consequences.
The Michigan Department of Education is seeking to enter into partnership agreements with a host of low-performing schools across the state with the goal of boosting academic performance, officials announced Friday morning.
Michigan schools and law enforcement groups are banding together to ask lawmakers for law changes and grant programs they say would bolster school safety in Michigan in the wake of national school shootings.