Education

  • Impact of School Choice in Michigan

    WDET Metro Detroit students are attending increasingly segregated schools and districts, and Michigan’s School Choice law has allowed the...

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  • Education

    How Education Was an Issue in 1967…and Remains One Today

    WDET Education and issues surrounding it. The history of desegregation (and busing) in southeast Michigan. What lawmakers are (not)...

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  • Profile: Two DPS teachers

    “I am emotionally invested.” Rachael Malerman, 25, began her third year as earth science and zoology teacher at the...

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  • Legacy of teaching: From mother to daughter

    Keri Guten Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Flo Paterni of West Bloomfield may have retired from teaching violin in...

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  • Dedication To education

    Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit’s 1967 civil disorder continues to impact the city almost 50 years...

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  • School Suspensions and the “Cradle-to-Prison Pipeline”

      Kids causing trouble in school means suspensions, even expulsions. In generations past, urban schools would bring images of...

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  • Dearborn Schools leading the way in accommodating immigrants

    By Ali Harb | The Arab American News DEARBORN — The city has come a long way from the...

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  • VIDEO: High school choice and the long commute

    In Michigan, Schools of Choice has created legions of transient students looking for better opportunities in other schools, sometimes...

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  • VIDEO: Cultural Compliance Teaching Teachers

    With the changing landscape of racial and ethnic diversity in our schools in this country, the educational system faces...

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  • AUDIO: Researchers find Detroit Public Schools have struggled from the beginning

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio This spring, I was led through an abandoned building in Detroit. “The first...

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