What are the top concerns among parents in the Detroit Public Schools? A survey sent to parents hopes to answer that very question.
Looking for a unique gift this holiday? You could find just the thing in an unexpected place.
Don’t Call It A Bribe, Detroit Public Schools Offer Chance At iPads And More To Students To Attend School
In addition to the special menu, students will have a chance to win iPads, bikes, and gift certificates as an incentive to get them to show up to school.
All DPS elementary and middle schools that haven’t had an arts and music program will have one beginning this year.
The Detroit Public School district is hoping its new “3-6-9″ attendance policy will cut down on student absences.
More and more Detroit teachers are seemingly becoming “sugar babies” — seeking financial assistance from wealthy men online.
All parents, students and district residents are invited to enjoy food, sights and sounds from the varying cultures representing Detroit Public Schools.
The new Diann Banks-Williamson Educational Center will focus on 9th – 12th graders.
DPS announced that select schools will now remain open 12 hours a day, seven days-a-week — offering some new programs.
An annual ranking shows that only one-quarter of the schools in Detroit are providing an adequate education for its students.