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4-year-old shot in the head at Clinton Township park

Authorities say a 4-year-old boy is in the hospital after being shot once in the head in a suburban Detroit park.

Person crushed in machine at Chrysler plant in Detroit

A person has been crushed in a machine at Jefferson North assembly plant in Detroit.

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Teacher Appreciation Month: Nominate a teacher

We will be featuring some of the best teachers in metro Detroit. Nominate someone you think is great by uploading their picture here.



Guide to handling report cards

What's a parent to do when a child comes home with a blemished report card? An educational psychologist has some tips.


Snyder wants to split DPS, isolate debt

Gov. Rick Snyder has laid out a plan the struggling Detroit Public Schools district, which has big debts and poor student achievement in many of its approximately 100 schools.


Detroit district not expecting school closures next fall

No buildings in the Detroit Public Schools are expected to close next fall.


M-1 RAIL offers paid summer internship

The 2015 M-1 RAIL Summer Internship Program is looking for young, talented Detroiters from high school juniors to recent college grads to join its team for a six-week paid internship.


How to live in off-campus housing

Learn the basics on what college students need to know about living in off-campus housing.


Detroit students build schools in Nicaragua

Rhonda Walker talks with a special group of Detroit students who spent some of their time helping change the lives of other teens.


Why choose Oakland Community College

Low cost– OCC’s tuition is one of the lowest of all Michigan community colleges and universities.


Cornerstone School gets big donation from Deloitte

A big corporate donation will provide career training and scholarships to students at Cornerstone School.


Union doesn't want new test data used in teacher evaluations

Michigan's largest teachers union is asking state officials not to use data from new standardized testing in teacher evaluations.



Best colleges for low-income students

A list published by CollegeNet, a higher-education technology company, and Payscale lists the top schools for lower-income students. Take a look at the top 10.



How students can master test taking

If your child struggles with test taking, use these tips to help them get better scores.





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