Posts tagged with ‘Erin Einhorn’

  • A year after superintendent’s arrival, a skeptical Detroit teacher has become a believer — almost

    At the time she was dealing with 37 first-graders who never got a break for art or music or gym.

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  • Five minutes in the hot seat: For Detroit school principals, there’s ‘nowhere to hide’ in new district data chats

    The students erupted in cheers, waving their arms and jumping up and down as she presented their trophy.

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  • Detroit city leaders to district and charter schools: Please work together to improve education for kids

    A powerful coalition of city leaders says the warring factions need to start working together to solve Detroit’s educational crisis.

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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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  • A fight for teachers weakens Detroit schools.

    “We needed to make sure we had enough teachers because that’s a huge thing for students when they come back…”

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  • Foundations put $50 million behind effort to improve lives of young Detroit children

    the Kellogg and Kresge foundations announced they would each spend $25 million…

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  • As a major provider of Head Start exits the program, hundreds of vulnerable Detroit families brace for change

    “They’re the only ones who’ve been able to help me,”

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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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  • PHOTO: Stephanie Snyder

    Dozens more Detroit schools added to state’s partnership list for low test scores — but forced closure is not a threat for now

    Plans to close those schools were abandoned in the face of intense political opposition.

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  • Week in review: The target on the back of the state board of education

    The main district has taken the unusual step of putting some counselors and assistant principals in classrooms.

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