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  • The Detroit school district has been using a curriculum that’s ‘an injustice to the children of Detroit’ — but it’s not alone.

    It has been years since Detroit teachers have been given high-quality instructional materials.

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  • Detroit’s Little-Known Role in USA Women’s Gymnastics

    “I became successful because of a high-quality, low-cost gymnastics program.” — Wendy Hilliard

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  • 2018 Detroit auto show kicks off, and it’s all about trucks

    The Ford F-150 has been the top-selling truck and industry standard-bearer for many decades now.

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  • “People Were Scared of Him…He Owns You” Former Conyers Aide, Accuser Tells Detroit Today

    “It’s ownership. He owns you when you’re there.”

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  • WDET’s Special Election Preview Show

    Metro Detroit voters hit the polls Tuesday to decide dozens of local races and if some ballot measures will be…

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  • PHOTO: Stephanie Snyder

    Dozens more Detroit schools added to state’s partnership list for low test scores — but forced closure is not a threat for now

    Plans to close those schools were abandoned in the face of intense political opposition.

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  • ‘How’s Detroit Doing?’ — Reporters Discuss Tackling Simple Yet Thorny Question

    “My neighbors in the Grosse Pointes, they think Detroit’s doing great,”

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  • Midtown Detroit Inc. and partners announce $20 million Selden Corridor initiative

    Midtown Detroit, Inc. and its partners announced a $20 million investment for the Selden Corridor Initiative

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  • Week in review: What last year’s test scores tell us as a new school year begins

    Though the 2017 M-STEP and SAT results released this week included some glimmers of good news for schools in Detroit…

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  • Nikolai Vitti loves a challenge. He has one at Detroit Public Schools.

    What specifically will he do to make a real difference for families and students?

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