Detroit Schools Again Get Inspector General To Combat FraudThe move was ordered in wake of a federal investigation into bribery and kickbacks that ensnared a dozen principals and an administrator.
Current, Former Detroit Principals Charged In Bribery CaseThe U.S. Attorney's office has charged 12 current and former Detroit Public Schools principals, one district administrator and a long-time vendor with conspiracy to commit bribery in school supply kickback schemes.
Report: Detroit Schools Kept Millions Intended For PensionsMichigan is investigating why the Detroit Public Schools district received up to $30 million in reimbursements for some employee pensions but didn't send the money to a state pension fund.
Gov. Snyder Talks Flint, DPS And The Road Ahead At 'Pancakes & Politics' ForumMichigan's governor spoke to a sold out Detroit Athletic Club crowd of 500 about the Flint water crisis and more including Detroit Public Schools.
Plea Hearing Set For Vendor In Detroit Schools Bribery Case A plea appears to be in the works for a 74-year-old vendor charged in a bribery case involving a dozen Detroit school principals and one administrator.
Lawsuit: 97 Percent Of Detroit High School Students Don't Meet State Minimum Requirements For CollegeIs the Governor and the state's emergency manager law to blame for the financial mess in the Detroit Public Schools?
3 DPS Principals Arraigned In Connection With Alleged Kickback SchemeThree former and current DPS principals faced a judge for the first time since being charged with conspiracy to commit bribery.
Snyder Approves $48.7 Million In Emergency Aid For Detroit SchoolsThe governor says the spending legislation enacted Tuesday shows the district's challenges "aren't just Detroit's problem, they are concerns for all of Michigan."
Michigan Lawmakers OK $48.7 Million In Detroit School AidThe $48.7 million is a stopgap measure while the GOP governor presses legislators to enact a $720 million restructuring plan to split the district and pay off $515 million in operating debt over a decade.
Michigan Senate Targets Key Vote On Aid For Detroit SchoolsThe Senate plan would allocate roughly $500 million to address debt and $200 million to start a new district.
Schools Remain Open As More Teacher Sickouts ExpectedMore teacher sickouts and protests are expected at Detroit Public Schools.
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: DPS Crisis In The Spotlight -- A Michigan Chronicle 'Pancakes and Politics' ForumAs the crisis in Detroit Public Schools continues to play out, the conversation about what happens next took center stage at the Michigan Chronicle's first "Pancakes and Politics" forum of the 2016 season.