Detroit School Board President Anthony Adams appeared before City Council Tuesday to promote Financial Manager Robert Bobb’s plan to close more schools in June.
The Detroit Public Schools’ Parents Speakers Bureau will hold workshops beginning Tuesday for other parents and guardians at the district’s Parent Resource Centers to inform them about the DPS Renaissance 2012 plan.
Many people, including one local lawmaker, voicing their concerns over the 32 Detroit schools expected to close over the next two years; DPS’ Robert Bobb to hold meetings with parents and students.
The Financial Manager of Detroit Schools has named 45 schools which will either be turned into “charter” schools or close altogether.
On Wednesday we’ll find out what Detroit Public Schools will be converted to charter schools under Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb’s turnaround plan.
The DFT’s Executive Vice President says the union already has an agreement with Bobb and has nothing else to give.
Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb meets with members of the board and their attorney at 6:00 Monday night in a closed-door session.
Hundred of parents and students will be gathering in Southwest Detroit to brainstorm ideas on improving education in Detroit.
Detroit Public Schools Emergency Financial Manager, Robert Bobb now has total control over district operations.
The DPS emergency financial manager is calling for the conversion of 41 public schools. He says the plan would help shave up to $99 million in costs.