Restart Education

The ongoing global pandemic has upended everyday life, and with it, education at all levels. Institutions and school districts are tasked with navigating how to educate students while also keeping them safe from the spread of COVID-19. As the majority of Michigan remains in “Phase Four” of the MI Safe Start Plan put in place by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, school districts, community colleges, universities, students, and parents across the state are trying to navigate what this means for the new school year that is quickly approaching.

New Families First Coronavirus Response Act FAQ Regarding School Reopening

Chamber Survey Highlights Impact of Workforce Productivity Due to Child Care Demands

Businesses of all sizes have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations that could operate remotely altered their operations and working parents quickly adjusted to the reality of managing work…

At-A-Glance: Compare K-12 and Higher Education Back-to-School Plans

Experts Discuss What K-12 Education in Michigan Will Look Like This Fall

Bipartisan Return to Learn Package Signed Into Law

Gov. Whitmer: ‘Masking Up’ Key to Returning to School in Fall