• Are there two Detroits? A new report says yes, but…

    “Nobody who lives in neighborhoods could be surprised by this report,”

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  • ‘Possible, but daunting’: Inside Nikolai Vitti’s early effort to transform Detroit’s battered public schools

    “That would be like — ‘Here — write a front page story about how inefficient this district is.’ Are…

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  • The plot (to buy a Detroit school building) thickens: Efforts to keep sold property from housing charter schools might have become illegal

    “Any such deed restriction in effect on the effective date of this subsection is void.”

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  • Michigan employers brace for challenges with end of DACA

    The full ramifications of the White House decision to phase out the DACA program within six months aren’t yet…

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  • One Detroit Report | History, with Music

    “We can’t talk about Louis Armstrong without asking, ‘What created Louis Armstrong?’”

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  • Fighting for DACA in Southwest Detroit

    “It’ll affect Southwest and me because that’s our family,” said Alvarez, “That’s our community and without a community there’s…

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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…

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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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  • Trump’s DACA reversal a nightmare to this west Michigan ‘dreamer’

    Wilfredo Diaz says he “never thought this day would come.” And yet here it is.

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