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Ann Arbor Police Use Big Overtime Totals To Boost Big Pensions

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Hospitals Collect More Fed Drug Purchase Subsidies, Intended Beneficiaries Don’t Get More Care

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Whitmer’s Pandemic Recovery Boasts Not Supported By Real Employment Numbers

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Michigan Civil Rights Department: Concept Of Race Means White ‘Dominance Over non-White People’

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A Mental Health Therapeutic State Advancing In Michigan’s Public Schools

Government response to mediocre reading, writing and arithmetic results is to expand the mission Read more

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In 2022, School’s Usual Lesson On McCarthyite Political Persecution Causes A Tizzy

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Mask-Free Democrats Caucus In Detroit While City’s Schoolchildren Forced To Cover Faces

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Public Schools’ New Critical Race Theory Window Dressing: Social-Emotional Learning

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Michigan’s Broken System For Rating Teacher’s Classroom Effectiveness

Current law, a failed bid to grab Obama-era federal education money, was never fully implemented Read more

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City Self-Imposes Costly Fire Department Minimum-Staff Mandate At Taxpayers’ Expense

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At This Detroit School, Teachers Get Massage Spa Chairs And High Marks, Students Get F’s

School’s latest assessment reports most of its instructors are ‘highly effective’ Read more

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Battery Maker LG Chem Is Back At Michigan’s State Subsidy Window

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Pride Flags And ‘Queer Of The Week’ In Classrooms Are A Red Flag To Grand Ledge Parents

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Staff Counts Ballooned In Teacher Of The Year’s Home District; She Claims Cuts

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Lenawee County Board Head Connected To Sports Complex Approved For COVID Bucks

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Teachers Unions Called For Closing Classrooms; Students Now Facing Mental Health Challenges

Each of Michigan’s big education unions opposed in-classroom instruction Read more

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Michigan's ‘Best Economic Recovery?’ State 11th From Bottom, Not 11th From Top

Employment here still down 3.2%, and 140,500 jobs have gone and not returned Read more

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Teacher Of The Year An Advocate For Union And Public School Interests’ Dubious Claims

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GOP Reminder Of Whitmer’s 45-Cent Gas Tax Hike Proposal Called ‘Bad Faith’

Story forgets that Republicans passed and she vetoed a $375M no-tax-hike boost to the road repair budget Read more

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State Education Department Promotes Far-Left U.S. History

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MSU Prof Studies School Choice, Says It Would Hurt; 146 Studies Say It Would Help

Government education establishment circles wagons against a new tuition tax credit ballot proposal Read more

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Scores of occupations require a Michigan license; until recently, this barred those with a record Read more

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New Report Rebuts General Teacher Shortage Narrative

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Whitmer Will Work With Anyone For ‘New Era Of Prosperity’ — But Won't Sign Tax Cut Bill

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Michigan’s School Pension Fund Has A Great Year In The Market

A large $15.8 billion gain knocked down the level of underfunding by 31% Read more

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