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You know they are going back really soon, but are you ready? The following five tips will ease the summer-to-school transition.
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A foundation has given $60 million to the University of Michigan for students and alumni entrepreneurship programs.
Oakland University is raising tuition by 8.48 percent for the coming school year.
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It might be summer vacation for school kids, but that doesn’t mean kids should take a break from building their math skills.
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A new scorecard by Excellent Schools Detroit ranks the top K-8 and high schools in the city.
Use these tips to help encourage your kids to read this summer.
Lunch for students at the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences isn't the typical pizza, chips or chicken nuggets.
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Schools are out for summer, but that doesn’t mean your child’s learning should take a break.
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Drinking water, learning to relax and even playing games can help kids be less nervous when taking a test.
Your child's school lunch could be high in calories and fat, but there are healthy alternatives that can help them maintain a healthier daily diet. Find out some alternatives here.
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