Survey Shows Majority Michigan Educators Concerned With In Person Learning While COVID-19 Case UpA recent statewide survey conducted by the Michigan Education Association of more than 4,700 educators, shows that over 80% are concerned about a full return to in-person learning.
Michigan Legislature Lay Out a To Return To School This FallThe Michigan Senate and House approved several bills to layout a return to school plan.
Art Road Nonprofit Brings Art Class Back Into Detroit Area SchoolsCarol Hofgartner joins 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.
Teach 313 Looks To Make Detroit The Best City For EducatorsChanel Hampton, Founder and CEO of Strategic Community Partners - Teach 313, and Quan Neloms, Founder of In Demand and Teach 313 Educator-in-Residence, joined Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about Detroit's need for educators and how their fellowship program is helping to fix that need.
Saline Area Schools District Meeting Addresses Ongoing Concerns Of Racism, DiscriminationThe meeting is just one of five scheduled with the community, after a heated exchange at a previous meeting raised new concerns.
ArtLab J Uses The Art of Dance to Create Spaces Where People Can Learn, GrowMikaela Dear, Development Officer for ArtLab J, join Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about the different programs ArtLab J offers and what they do to help people learn and grow.
The Detroit Public Library Brings The Library To YouMargaret Bruni and Regina Smith from the Detroit Public Library, join Lisa Germani on CW50's Community Connect to talk about the libraries newly improved Library on Wheels.
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.
Journalism Students Give The Term ‘Study Abroad’ A New Meaning When They Travel To Refugee CampsA trip abroad to refugee camps helped Oakland University Journalism students gain insight on the lives of people who had been faced with challenging experiences.
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.
Street Beat: Advancing Early EducationThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss looks at ways to improve early education, especial for at risk children.