State grades on education

Earlier this year, the Quality Counts 2018 report was released, grading and scoring states and the nation on K-12 Education performance.

Tips for encouraging girls in STEM

Women only represent 26% of the STEM workforce. Encouraging women and others who are underrepresented to enter these fields will ultimately

School Energy Choice

School Energy Choice is a Middle Cities project aimed at educating the Michigan Legislature about the importance of the Electric Choice Prog

Annual Superintendents' Meeting

Our Annual Superintendents' Meeting is going on this week in Traverse City! We're meeting with the superintendents of our member dis

Funding Gaps 2018

TOO MANY STUDENTS DO NOT GET THEIR FAIR SHARE OF EDUCATION FUNDING Throughout history, public education has been called the great equalizer — the single most in uential factor that allows all students, regardless of zip code, to one day excel in the workforce and contribute to the nation’s economic well-being as well as their own and that of the communities in which they live. While that may be true, the educational opportunities provided to the nearly 51 million children who attend public schools are anything but equal. Students of different races, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds tend to end up at very different schools, ones with disparate resources, including those most crucial

MI SoundBoard

MI SoundBoard is the Michigan Association of School Boards' ongoing dialogue on the current state of public education in Michigan and na

Stop summer brain drain

Think summer is a carefree time when kids should put away the books and cut loose? Think again. If you let your children just hang out, they

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