It’s part of a national rollout of the Black history course, which drew conservative criticism for topics that included Black Lives Matter, followed by progressive backlash after some of those topics were dropped.
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.
The board of Detroit Public Schools Community District turns down two cash offers – one for $1 million and another for $500,000 – from Life Remodeled to transform Cooley High School.
Detroit school level administrators and support staff were informed this week of potential job cuts.
Democrats move to eliminate a school quality ranking system that they claim is redundant. Supporters say the system offers parents a different lens to see how schools are performing.
Wayne State University is launching a program to make tuition and fees free for students whose families earn less than $70,000 a year. It’s possible because of a new state scholarship program.
Waymond Hayes, director of early learning and youth development Focus: HOPE, is one of few men in Michigan and only Black man to hold a high-ranking position in early education.
The “Transfer Pathways Agreement,” is a new program designed to maximize credits students earn while completing an associate’s degree at WCCCD and transferring to WSU to complete their bachelor’s degree.