“If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you,” is Michigan’s long-held motto. But not enough people are seeking it.
Almost 30 years ago, my mom was overjoyed that she was approved to work in the United States.
You may be among the 35% of Americans who have never heard the term “white Christian nationalism.”
I offer five ways that educators can adopt the hip-hop mindset to confront the challenges they face.
Twitter’s move on July 1, 2023, to limit the number of tweets users can see in a day was the latest in a series of decisions that has spurred millions of users to sign up with alternative microblogging platforms since Elon Musk acquired Twitter last year.
As educators and advocates for public schools, we believe in empowering our students with the knowledge and skills they’ll need to succeed and thrive later in life — but we also recognize our responsibility to provide a stable future for young people doesn’t end there.
On Wednesday, with much of the Eastern Seaboard cloaked in dense smog from wildfires raging hundreds of miles away across the Canadian border, all those historic sites you learned about in sixth grade social studies class were still visible – but the dense haze, and the glare from the sunlight bouncing off of it, also was impossible to miss.
I think a lot of people my age are frustrated with the policies created by those before us. Inflation isn’t new, and prices are continually rising. But incomes and economic security from the government aren’t rising at the same rate.
“Our state has long failed children, particularly those from families with low incomes, when it comes to education.”
For decades, sluggish tax revenue and difficult funding decisions defined Michigan’s state government budgeting process.