The Intersection

  • 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 dynamic…

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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) doing…

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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 Detroit…

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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 the…

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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 later.…

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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 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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  • AUDIO: A Moment that Sealed the Detroit Schools’ Fate

    AUDIO: A Moment that Sealed the Detroit Schools’ Fate

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio The U.S. Department of Education says kids at mostly black or Latino schools don’t…

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