Eighteen people are running for four seats to oversee the Detroit Public Schools Community District.
Here’s where candidates for the Detroit school board stand on education issues
The candidates for the Detroit school board weigh in on chronic absenteeism, mental health, and enrollment losses.
You’re invited: Detroit school board virtual candidate forum
Join Chalkbeat and WDET as we hear from the candidates vying to oversee Detroit public schools.
Cass Tech lacrosse team helps sport make inroads in Detroit
In Detroit, only two public schools have lacrosse teams, but there are efforts to expand to additional schools.
Detroit school board revives name change talk for Carson, East English Village
Detroit Public Schools Community District is reopening community conversations over a high school named after the retired neurosurgeon and former Trump cabinet member.
‘No violence in general’: Detroit students speak out at Day of Peace
“A Day of Peace and Healing,” was created to acknowledge the trauma and tragedies students have experienced at school or at home.
With a joyful song, these Detroit students are re-engaging with school
The Detroit Public Schools Community District is working to expand its art offerings and its enrollment.
Detroit district says it sees signs of bump in student enrollment, attendance
Improving student enrollment has been a priority for DPSCD and districts across Michigan, especially in recent years given the pandemic’s impact.
Few Detroit third graders held back under reading law
Rather than hold back third graders, the Detroit Public Schools Community District is focused on providing intensive literacy tutoring and academic support for third graders below grade level in reading.
Seven hours without Snapchat? Michigan lawmaker proposes ban on phones during school.
Some districts restrict cellphone use. Others warn parents about the dangers of social media. And one legislator proposed banning all Michigan students from using phones during the school day.