120 results for New Michigan Media

  • Michigan’s ‘band-aid’ for filling teaching jobs is expanding. Here’s what you need to know.

    If the expansion continues, it could change the face of schools across the state, in cities like Detroit most of…

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  • Child care for this baby costs more than the University of Michigan

    Kathleen O’Reilly Farhat looks forward to the day she can pay for college for her two young sons. That will…

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  • Who is to blame for what happened to Michigan Central Station?

    Michigan Central Station opened in 1913. At 18 stories, it was the tallest train station in the world at the…

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  • History gets a conservative twist in Michigan social studies standards

    The d-word in “core democratic values” pertains to America’s system of democracy, not to the Democratic Party.

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  • Immigrants Might Save Michigan From Losing Another Congressional Seat

    Michigan’s influence in Washington is already waning. The 2020 census could lead to even less representation.

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  • Will Florida school shooting nudge Michigan to pass ‘red flag’ gun laws?

    The “red flag” laws would allow a court to intervene and seize someone’s guns before a crime has been committed.

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  • Will the new Michigan education funding study have a political path toward implementation or take a cruise to nowhere?

    Advocates who hoped that Gov. Rick Snyder would take up the cause in his last year in office now assume…

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  • Could we be on the edge of Detroit’s new entrepreneurial age?

    It’ll be a, quote, “city within a city.” It’ll be a “vertical” statement.

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  • Digital distress: Affordable Internet an equity issue in Michigan

    It’s not just Detroit. Access to broadband increasingly is both a rural and urban problem.

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  • Council approves brownfield tax credits for new downtown Detroit condo highrise

    Detroit’s First Free-standing High Rise Development built in more than Two Decades

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