The school board will review a 42-page reopening proposal during its meeting tonight as parents, teachers and advocates debate the merits of putting students in classrooms and threats of withholding federal funding hang in the balance.
What will education in Michigan look like during a second or even a third wave of coronavirus outbreaks?
The full U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to rehear a Detroit literacy case and reconsider a groundbreaking panel ruling that students have a fundamental right to a basic education.
A tribute to a journey through Detroit Public Schools, in words and photos.
Detroit students had sued the state, saying it had failed to provide a basic level of education that they argued was a basic right. After a federal appeals court agreed with the students, Whitmer and the plaintiffs have reached an agreement.
We’ll see how the River Rouge school district is providing students with food and learning materials while schools are shut down in wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Stephen holds a frank roundtable on the impact of Covid-19 and the response so far. Plus, the panel weighs in on how the November presidential election is shaping up.