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Tracie Mauriello is the state education policy reporter for Chalkbeat Detroit and our news partner Bridge Michigan. She previously served as Washington and Harrisburg bureau chief for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and has covered education for newspapers in Connecticut and Ohio. She was a 2019-20 Knight-Wallace journalism fellow at the University of Michigan. She recently helped launch Collaborative Investigative Reporting, an organization that combines journalism, music and filmmaking to tell underreported stories about social justice issues around the world.

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Most Michigan residents approve of the state’s public schools but say they’re underfunded

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Declines in M-STEP test scores point to looming challenge after a year of pandemic learning in Michigan

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Michigan will release M-STEP results soon. Here’s what to expect.

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What does $6 billion in COVID relief buy in Michigan schools?

Michigan districts are investing heavily in summer school to accelerate learning. They are hiring reading, math, and behavioral specialists (and a few drones) as students transition back to classrooms. 

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Michigan board members vote 6-2 along party lines to support COVID protocols in schools

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School administrators worry as Michigan returns to pre-COVID pupil accounting rules

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COVID gives virtual learning a stronger foothold in Michigan as most students return to classrooms

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Whitmer rejects $155 million plan to give $1,000 scholarships for elementary reading help

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Michigan employers say WorkKeys test unlocks doors, but lawmakers question whether it’s worth $4.4 million

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Michigan lawmakers OK ‘historic’ $17B spending plan that closes school funding gaps