What is the future of public education in Michigan? Should parents be comfortable to sending their kids to school in the fall? Will school sports be eliminated? Chris Wigent, the Executive Director of the Michigan Association of Superintendents & Administrators (MASA), answers these questions and more. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
The COVID-19 shutdown will cost Americans millions of years of life By Scott W. Atlas, John R. Birge, Ralph L Keeney and Alexander Lipton, Opinion Contributors THE HILL 5/26/2020 The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill Our governmental COVID-19 mitigation policy of broad societal lockdown focuses on […]
5/22/20 Will MI universities open this fall, and what should parents look for from colleges in a COVID-19 world? What is the status of college football? Interview with Jim Cotter, former ED of Admissions and Recruitment at MSU and currently a Director at MSU Athletics. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
by Joe Nocera Bloomberg May 21, 2020 (Bloomberg Opinion) — My junior and senior years in high school were 1968 and 1969; five decades later, I can still remember some of the main events of that era: the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy, the bombing of Cambodia, the Apollo 8 […]
(Michigan Office of the Governor via AP, Pool) In Michigan’s COVID-19 Branch-War, the Legislature is Right By Adam Carrington RealClearPolicy.com May 19, 2020 A branch-war has erupted in the state of Michigan. The conflict pits Michigan’s Governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer, against the GOP-controlled state legislature. The conflict concerns two elements of Michigan’s response to COVID-19. […]
In 1957, the second of three 20th Century influenza pandemics hit the United States (the others started in 1918 and 1968). The 1957 flu was a novel strain of the influenza virus subtype H2N2 and was called the “Asiatic” or “Asian” flu because it had started in Hong Kong. Emanating from a recombination of avian […]
Doug Sosnik on Biden’s best path to 270 Electoral College Votes by Doug Sosnik Axios May 18, 2020 Doug Sosnik, who was the White House political director during President Clinton’s successful re-election race, writes for Axios that during President Trump’s first term, the country completed a political realignment that began in 1992. Why it matters: […]
Bill Ballenger gives his wrap-up of events in Michigan government, and Dennis Denno interviews experts in education and special needs children during the lockdown. Partner with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.