- Echoing state, Detroit schools cut back on standardized testsBowing to complaints about test fatigue, Detroit reins in the amount of time students spend on in-district standardized tests.
- Giving Michigan nurses more authority to prescribe drugs and treat patientsWith new legislation on the horizon, advocates for expanded practice rights for highly trained nurses say the move would lower costs and improve access to health care, particularly in rural Michigan.
- Husband and wife, doctor and nurse, at odds over nurses’ rolesIn this rural Upper Peninsula family, one doctor, one nurse practitioner and two opinions on giving some nurses more autonomy to treat patients.
- Education leaders agree: High school students need better counselingCareer navigation experts echo a strong majority of Michigan residents who say every high school should have dedicated college and career advisors.
- Echoing state, Detroit schools cut back on standardized tests
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As we’re travelling the state for community conversations, we occasionally receive questions about our conversation topic selection, data collection, and methodology. The Center must be sure that our conversation data is truly representative of Michigan residents when we present our … Continue reading