Spring 2015 graduates who borrowed money for college are now receiving bills to make their first re-payment next month.
She says her job is to get kids to read and write and introduce them to basic science and math.
Michigan State Police are exploring different ways to make it clearer for drivers on when to slow down and when to stop.
Several mid-Michigan school districts are ensuring their students are offered plenty of fresh produce daily.
The use of tutoring apps is increasing, and many teachers encourage parents to use them.
College students are 4 times more likely to be the victim of “familiar” fraud
Delta Dental is doing its part to make the return to school easier for families in need.
The city of Lansing is getting help from Meijer in feeding thousands of children in need.
Lansing Community College is welcoming students back to campus with a series of fun events this week.
Dozens of crossing guard are sharpening their skills ahead of the upcoming school year.
Doctors say many kids often carry backpacks that are much to heavy, leading to muscle strains and chronic lower back pain.
Students across the state will spend less time on standardized tests starting this fall, under a plan announced by State Superintendent Bria…
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Parents are getting used to the morning school routine again, and for many that includes packing a lunch
One exam could be the key to your child’s success at school, and no studying is needed.
Consumers plan to spend more than $20 billion on back-to-school shopping this year, according to numbers from the National Retail Federation…
Children attending this event will receive vision and hearing screenings at no cost.
It is important to make sure your child gets off to a good start because this could have impact over their entire academic year.
Every month the city-run mobile food pantry gives away drinks, fresh produce, meats and breads
The numbers are in, the National Retail Federation says shoppers are expected to spend $78 billion on back to school supplies.