Marketing, events and outreach remain key in attracting and keeping students in Detroit’s charters and public schools.
The Detroit Youth Arts Providers Network, a group of youth arts providers in the city, assists arts organizations and programs with visibility and access to resources, funding and opportunities.
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InsideOut Literary Arts is hosting its second poetry and music festival If the River Could Sing: A Celebration of Writing and River with InsideOut 6-9 p.m. Thursday at Robert Valade Park.
The nonprofit Detroit Sound Conservancy will host a groundbreaking ceremony and barbecue Sunday to kick off a rehabilitation project that seeks to restore the club to its former glory and incorporate new features, too.
Dickerson, 53, of Farmington Hills, is carrying on her father’s passion for helping others with her role as Region 1A director for the UAW. She is the first Black woman to be in the position.
The percentage of Detroit Public Schools Community District students and students in city charters who achieved grade-level proficiency on the M-STEP exam was up in most grades and subject areas.
The 2023 Detroit Jazz Festival kicks off Friday, offering four free days of entertainment at Hart Plaza and Campus Martius for Labor Day weekend.
The 2023-24 year marks the fourth full school year since the pandemic started, and offers the state’s public schools an opportunity to recalibrate academic recovery programs, tackle mental health issues, and address longstanding problems.
The 33rd annual Mack Alive parade takes place Saturday at 10 a.m., starting at Mack and St. Jean and ending at Genesis Lutheran Church, 7200 Mack Avenue.