The Detroit Public Schools Foundation hosting its very first donor recognition program on Friday, Oct. 10.
DPS Emergency Manager Jack Martin says they are on track to meeting the district’s projected number of students enrolled, which is about 47,000 students.
With another school year upon us, Detroit Public Schools Emergency Manager Jack Martin Wednesday was among those talking student safety in the year ahead.
DTE Energy has already begun to build redundancy into circuits servicing several schools including the circuits connecting Emerson and Ludington schools.
According to Michigan Merit Exam scores released Monday, just five 11th grade students out of 649 would be proficient in science.
The missed application deadline for the funding of the Head Start program for Detroiters has parents speaking out.
School officials admit they mistakenly missed the deadline, but say they plan to accommodate the thousands of students by expanding its state-funded pre-K program.
Here’s your chance to get a piece of flight history courtesy of Detroit Public Schools’ Davis Aerospace training program.
The Detroit Public Schools say there is a critical need for teachers in the district, so a hiring fair was held to fill the ranks.
A Detroit teacher who was fired after using a broom to break up a fight and then offered her job back says she’ll come back only if some changes are made.