Posts tagged with ‘DPS’

  • Detroit Schools drinking water shutoff “a positive ripple effect of the Flint crisis”

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    Federal judge dismisses Detroit schools literacy lawsuit

    Filed in 2016, the suit attempted to force the state of Michigan to improve the condition of city schools. A…

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  • District vs. charter schools in Detroit: Who’s offering arts? Busing? Special ed? Here’s some answers.

    “This is not about burgers and fries. This is about kids’ lives and kids’ dreams.”

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  • Week in review: As ‘count day’ nears, the scramble is on to lure students and teachers

    Next Wednesday is count day — the crucial day when the number of students who show up for class…

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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 you…

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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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  • 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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  • Here’s Detroit’s slimmed-down testing schedule, which Vitti says is only a first step in reducing pressure

    Nikolai Vitti has proposed a first step in a broad push to rein in runaway testing.

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  • Detroit Today…Tonight: How’s Detroit Doing with Education? [VIDEO, COMMUNITY MEETING]

    Detroit Superintendent Alycia Meriweather and Michigan Senate Education Chair Phil Pavlov was in studio with a live audience of students,…

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