“We all need to work together on how schools are evaluated,”
The event was her first visit to Detroit as education secretary.
“This program diverts resources from core instruction that improves student outcomes,” Snyder asserted
“I don’t know” if Michigan’s public schools are improving.
““We can’t keep sticking our heads in the sand and acting like it doesn’t matter.”
A powerful coalition of city leaders says the warring factions need to start working together to solve Detroit’s educational crisis.
Every kid who showed up in class on Wednesday was worth thousands of dollars to his or her school.