Here's what a recent report shows for Manistee County kids in education, well-being

Manistee joined several other counties in the state for some concerning trends like the the percentage of students not graduating on time, and a jump in the percentage of dropouts, according to a new report released this week.

State awards grants to nine community colleges to boost adult student success rates

Nine community colleges in the state – including Muskegon Community College and Southwestern Michigan Community College – will receive grants to improve student success rates among adult students.

Mott Community College receives state grant to support adult students

Mott Community College in Flint is among five colleges receiving a ‘Sixty by 30 Student Success’ grant of up to $150,000. The grants are going to community colleges to improve success rates among adult students.

LMC and SMC among nine MI community colleges getting state grants for student support

Students enrolled in key state programs like the Futures for Frontliners and Michigan Reconnect effort in Michigan will gain support from their local community colleges at nine institutions across the state.

COVID won’t stop these Detroit 8th graders from going to college. Here’s why.

Detroit Achievement Academy and its authorizer, Grand Valley State University, are taking a series of steps to show how to help next year’s ninth graders get to — and through — college.

U-M expands free tuition program to its Dearborn, Flint campuses

Thousands more students may be able to attend college tuition-free next year, after the University of Michigan expanded its Go Blue Guarantee program to its campuses in Dearborn and Flint.

College enrollment must bounce back for economy to do the same

An op-ed by Ryan Fewins-Bliss on the pandemic enrollment crisis.

Opinion: College enrollment must bounce back for our economy to do the same

An op-ed by Ryan Fewins-Bliss on the how the college enrollment crisis has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ryan Fewins-Bliss | Michigan College Access Network Invests $50,000 In Student Incentives

Jeffrey Mosher speaks with MCAN Executive Director, Ryan Fewins-Bliss as Michigan College Access Network has invested $50,000 in student incentives to improve FAFSA completion rates.

High school/college hybrid programs growing in popularity in Michigan

Schools like the Early College Alliance, often called early middle colleges, are expanding in Michigan, with good reason. Students can earn an associate’s degree or two years of college credit in a five-year high school program at no cost to them.