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Michigan has 1.6M college dropouts. Debt forgiveness may lure them back.
Michigan has 1.6M college dropouts. Debt forgiveness may lure them back.
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Oakland University and Henry Ford College are partnering with Wayne State’s college debt forgiveness program to try to get thousands of adults who have some college credits to earn a degree.

HUD AWARDS $375,000 TO FIGHT HOUSING DISCRIMINATION IN MICHIGAN
HUD AWARDS $375,000 TO FIGHT HOUSING DISCRIMINATION IN MICHIGAN
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“HUD will continue to confront housing discrimination in all its forms and advance our mission of safe, affordable housing free from discrimination.”

These three finalists have a shot at becoming Michigan’s next state schools superintendent
These three finalists have a shot at becoming Michigan’s next state schools superintendent
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Michigan’s next state superintendent could be the current superintendents of the Ann Arbor or Kalamazoo school districts, or it could be the former commissioner of education in Minnesota.

Gretchen Whitmer wants free college in Michigan. Can that cut skills gap?
Gretchen Whitmer wants free college in Michigan. Can that cut skills gap?
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Both plans recently won key support from business groups including the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and Business Leaders of Michigan.

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