Posts tagged with ‘Nikolai Vitti’

  • Lame duck Michigan lawmakers just voted on A-F grades for schools. Here’s what you need to know.

    The bill stirred controversy over concerns that it could strip power from elected education officials…

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  • Detroit enlists volunteer tutors before third-grade reading law takes effect

    We need your help,” Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said

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  • Crumbling Detroit school buildings will cost $500 million to repair. It’s money the district doesn’t have

    “We would have to dramatically cut personnel to even put a dent in this problem,”

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  • Meet the 11 people charged with helping Detroit’s district and charter schools work together, starting with a new bus loop.

    Duggan also confirmed for the first time that the loop will feature a tracking system capable of sending text messages…

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  • Detroit school district, charter schools team up for new education commission, joint bus service

    “We haven’t tried something like this. We’re going to know a whole lot more in six months than we know…

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  • 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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  • Detroit Superintendent Vitti: Schools Will Be Stable in Five Years

    How has the first year gone for Vitti and the kids of Detroit’s public schools?

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  • Duggan’s schools commission has already brought charter and district leaders to the table. Here’s what else it can do (and what it can’t)

    “We all need to work together on how schools are evaluated,”

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  • As a school board decision looms, some Detroit charters are jumping ship. Others have their fingers crossed.

    School board members argue that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution.

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  • Detroit teachers will finally get paid for their years of experience if agreement holds up with district

    “This is a major step for the district to fully recognize experience,” Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said.

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