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Former Lt. Gov. John Cherry had a message Thursday for a group of state lawmakers examining possible changes to the Michigan Merit Curriculum, a set or rigorous high school graduation requirements he helped create: Don't "dumb" it down.
Muskegon County ranks 70th statewide for child well-being
Muskegon County is one of the worst counties in the state when it comes to the overall well-being of its children, according to a study by the Michigan League for Public Policy.
State officials expect to begin signing partnership agreements later this week that would keep open - for at least another 18 months - more than 30 schools at risk of closure for dismal academic performance, state Superintendent Brian Whiston announced Wednesday.
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The Oakridge Public Schools Board of Education voted Wednesday, April 19 to expel a student who allegedly carried a loaded handgun onto a Career Tech Center construction site.