Education

  • 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 days…

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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 time…

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  • AUDIO: Helping with Homework, with a House

    By Laura Herberg | WDET   A construction crew in Highland Park is busy at work, transforming what was once…

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  • DJC Poll: Education one of top concerns for region

    By Sandra Svoboda | WDET Black and white residents in southeast Michigan are split when it comes to their opinions…

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  • Walking back segregation in Ferndale schools

    By Chastity Pratt Dawsey | Bridge Magazine One suburban Detroit school district is embracing school choice while taking steps to…

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  • School choice, metro Detroit’s new white flight

    School choice, metro Detroit’s new white flight

    By Chastity Pratt Dawsey and Mike Wilkinson | Bridge Magazine When the high school in Eastpointe recently welcomed the football…

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  • A fresh start for DPS?

    By Keith A. Owens | Michigan Chronicle In many ways, after all the turmoil experienced by Detroit Public Schools over…

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  • Detroit Public Schools owed millions in unpaid rent, from another school district

    By Kate Wells | Michigan Radio UPDATE: The EAA has released emails that appear to show the state and DPS…

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  • Getting qualified school board candidates is next big step for Detroit schools overhaul

    By Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta | Michigan Radio The latest re-invention of public schools in Detroit is underway with…

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  • Three Detroit charter schools closing this year

    By Kate Wells | Michigan Radio Three Detroit charter schools are closing and two are merging this year, adding to…

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