120 results for New Michigan Media

  • Ford’s Corktown play could be huge for Detroit’s oldest neighborhood

    This could be huge, folks. And if Bill Ford gets his way, it will be.

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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 schools and police chief pledge to work together to keep kids safe — but disagree about guns in schools

    …the two saw little common ground when it came to the issue of guns in schools.

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  • LUCK Inc.

    A plan hatched in prison where returning citizens help returning citizens.

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  • As mass transit talks slow, will Wayne, Washtenaw counties go it alone?

    The scenario would be a huge blow to advocates who have lobbied for mass transit for 50 years.

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  • Warren Evans Advocates for Transit: “It’s My Obligation as a Leader” [TRANSCRIPT]

    This will never be a consensus issue. Some people will vote for it and some people will vote against it.

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  • Former Marygrove Undergraduates Find Paths to Graduation at Other Universities

    But then she went on Facebook and saw her classmates freaking out.

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  • Conventional wisdom on the battle between Detroit and Silicon Valley may have it wrong

    Two things: a record of profitability, bolstered by hard decisions…

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  • Can a Detroit principal help her students learn quickly enough to save her school?

    “We’ve got sixth graders at a third-grade level,” Woods said. “We need to take it up a notch.”

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  • Poor public transportation can be a roadblock to the everyday needs of Arab-American seniors

    DETROIT–Is Michigan’s faulty transit system failing Arab-American seniors? 

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