Curtis Ivery, Wayne County Community College Chancellor, gets inaugural award for his role in growing and managing the multi-campus institution.
The Detroit school district moved to approve a partial calendar for next school year, a loosening of the staff vaccine policy, and a name change for a historic high school.
MiHC invites high school juniors with a 2.8 GPA or higher from its target schools – César Chávez Academy High School and Western International High School – to join its scholar program.
A $1 million grant will pilot child savings account programs, through two nonprofits. The goal is to help families put aside money for college.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, students in the Detroit district may soon be able to go to school without having to wear a mask, though some say they’ll continue to play it safe.
A student group is calling for the Detroit school district to remove its dress code policy from the student code of conduct to prevent what they call unfair and unequal enforcement.
This series seeks to amplify efforts to better support the wellness of students and school staff during this challenging comeback year.
Detroit Superintendent Nikolai Vitti says he likely won’t seek to terminate unvaccinated employees, changing his position on enforcing the school district’s staff vaccine policy.
The Detroit school district will start a series of community meetings next month to discuss its proposals to improve its school facilities using $700 million in COVID relief money.
The state health department has given the Detroit school district the OK to administer the COVID vaccine in schools, part of an effort to raise the immunization rate among the city’s school-age children.