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Michigan Partnership for Academic Transitions announces new learning teams

Second cohort includes Henry Ford College, Gogebic Community College and Grand Rapids Community College

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Michigan Partnership for Academic Transitions announces new learning teams

Second cohort includes Henry Ford College, Gogebic Community College and Grand Rapids Community College

Michigan College Access Network applauds Maddy Day’s appointment to Michigan Education Trust

MCAN board chairperson will also serve on tuition program’s board of directors

MCAN receives sponsorship from Western Governors University

Funds will support professional development and supplies for College Completion Corps

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Summer is the Time for K-12 and Higher Ed to Be Friends

When we talk about the “silos” between the K-12 and higher education sectors, what that looks like in practice is that districts and institutions don’t have consistent, meaningful, or productive contact that could benefit students.

Investing in Michigan's Future

MCAN executive director Ryan Fewins-Bliss explains how MCAN uses its state budget appropriation to invest in college access efforts across the state.

College Enrollment Must Bounce Back for Our Economy to Do the Same

The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center found in fall 2020 there was a -9.2% change in Michigan students’ college enrollment compared to the previous year, including public and private two- and four-year institutions.

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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.