If you’re worried about the future of American innovation, attend a Future City competition.
The new project is providing a framework for the city to not just evolve but succeed.
After a fierce day of competition featuring more than 600 students and 25 schools from throughout the State of Michigan, last year’s champions, the team from St. John Lutheran School in Rochester, grabbed first place to win this year’s Best Future City. St. John also won first place in 2009.
Nothing spells change like a new Detroit in the year 2160. And nothing will be as fascinating and eye-opening as seeing what a new Detroit will look like through the eyes of sixth, seventh and eighth graders. On Monday, Jan. 31, more than 1,000 students from the City of Detroit and the entire State of Michigan compete for the title of “Best City of the Future.”
The Engineering Society of Detroit Tuesday announced new efforts to bring more middle schools from the Detroit Public Schools into its Future City compeittion — now renamed Future Detroit. The ESD, with support from the […]
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