The UM-Flint Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation recently held the second Summer Entrepreneursh
The Norma J. Wright-Kendall Scholarship was inspired by the dedication of a Flint teacher.
Jordan Seath reflects on his student teaching experiences in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
General and special education teachers in this new graduate program will learn research-based methods to develop a truly inclusive classroom.
The Center for Educator Prep P-12 Advisory Board will strengthen local partnerships while addressing critical issues in the field.
Two UM-Flint leaders recently were honored as “Everyday Heroes” by the Genesee Cou
Cummings Great Expectations early childhood program staff and community vendors welcomed Flint families and provided information about nutrition and healthy food c
UM-Flint's education program requires a deep understanding, both intellectually and verbally, of multiple math concepts and strategies.
UM-Flint celebrates its 50th annual Math Field Day March 3. Dr. Lawrence Kugler, who started the event, discusses its history and importance.
UM-Flint alumni and Byron Area Schools teachers Mandi Davis and Theresa Krejci explore