The Detroit school district hopes to resume in-person learning by early to mid-February if the number of COVID-19 cases in the city declines significantly. Online classes resumed Monday.
The Detroit school district is suspending in-person learning and its learning centers until at least January 11 due to an increase of positive COVID-19 cases in the city. The closures are effective beginning Friday.
Here is how the 14 candidates finished, based on the county’s final vote counts Thursday morning
The Detroit Financial Review Commission voted Monday to release the Detroit Public Schools Community District from state financial oversight until the end of 2021, a crucial step in the district’s efforts to control its budget and finances.
Detroit School of Arts student Unique Pierce told a school board candidate just how tough it’s been to weather the stresses of virtual learning during this unusual school year.
Detroit teachers overwhelmingly ratified a one-year contract on Monday that includes pay raises, bonuses, and more working protections.