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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 Composing, an organization that combines journalism, music and filmmaking to tell underreported stories about social justice issues around the world.

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These are the big Michigan education issues we’re watching in 2022

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Michigan students forced online by COVID learned less than those in schools

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School tiplines have prevented suicides, assaults, vandalism, police say

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Michigan lawmakers create a pathway for school support staff to substitute teach

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Michigan bill would reduce qualifications needed for some to substitute teach

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Michigan schools struggle to feed students because of supply chain issues and worker shortages

Districts scramble to source food and cafeteria staff as the number of students needing meals rises.

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Sandy Hook mom still seeks answers 9 years, scores of shootings later

Newtown mom: ‘Every one of us needs to step up and take responsibility for what is causing these children to perpetrate these horrific events.’

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Parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect charged

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Michigan schools seek options as staff shortages and COVID cases converge

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Michigan superintendent pushes reforms to get more teachers in classrooms