Detroit Public Schools Continues To Offer Grab And Go Meals For StudentsFor Detroit students staying virtual this year, grab-and-go meals will be available again this Thursday, Sept. 9.
Detroit Public Schools To Resume In-Person Learning May 24The Detroit Public Schools Board voted to return to in-person learning.
Former Detroit Pistons Player Donates G.E.A.R. Uniforms To Detroit Public Schools Student-AthletesDetroit Public Schools' student-athletes received a generous donation from a former Detroit Pistons player.
Detroit Schools Welcome Back Students For The First Time Since MarchDetroit public schools district and other districts welcomed students back to school today.
Detroit Public Schools Offers Grab And Go Breakfast, LunchDetroit Public Schools is offering grab and go breakfast and lunch where parents can pull up, pick up and take off.
Art Road Nonprofit Brings Art Class Back Into Detroit Area SchoolsCarol Hofgartner joined Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about how Art Road has brought art class back into five schools, while serving 14,000 students over 15 years.
Street Beat: Education and Change in DetroitThis week on Street Beat, Amyre Makupson sits down with leaders and organizations that spend every day improving the state of Detroit education and school districts.
City Year Detroit is Contributing To The DPSCD RevitalizationThere’s a revamp happening now at the Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) and City Year Detroit is stepping in to assist with mentoring and learning development.
My Detroit Public Schools Experience And The Plight Of New StudentsThe biggest reason why Detroit Public Schools are not succeeding.
Street Beat: Education Programs Enriching The Lives Of StudentsThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at education programs that enrich the lives of students.
Street Beat Web Exclusive: International Preparatory AcademyThis week’s web exclusive focuses on teaching techniques. Host Jill Washburn sits down with Christopher Lindsay – School Director of the International Preparatory Academy (IPA) in Detroit. They discuss “student centered learning” and what IPA is doing to make college the right choice for a broader range of students.