50 school employees — mostly deans and assistant principals — have been offered buyout packages ahead of the end of the school year.
The district’s investigation report said the other administrator was notified of the altercation in November and did not report the incident until January of this year, claiming it was an “oversight.”
Trips to France and Spain are still planned for this summer, but the end of federal COVID aid will limit opportunities starting next year.
Michigan legislators hear testimony on the cost of turnover and instability in the classroom
Certain water fountains across the building had traces of lead, low water pressure, and a noticeable lack of consumable minerals such as fluoride and chlorine.
Online credit recovery programs continue to expand, but experts say those programs alone don’t address root causes of academic challenges.
Superintendent Nikolai Vitti says officials will host engagement sessions after spring break to share and explain their recommendations.
Students and staff returned March 15, but tile repairs continue in the hallways.
Detroit school level administrators and support staff were informed this week of potential job cuts.
Summer school to be scaled back, too, as the district prioritizes nurses, social workers and academic interventionists.