A settlement has reportedly been reached in a lawsuit filed by Detroit teachers against the school district’s Emergency Manager.
“This is a critically important time in the history of Detroit Public Schools and for our city,” said Detroit Public Schools Emergency Manager Roy Roberts.
Students from seven Detroit public schools set to close this summer will attend four new buildings slated to open in the fall.
Officials plan to announce next week which Detroit schools will move to a new statewide educational system, come under management of charter operators or close.
The Michigan Supreme Court plans to hear a case over whether the state-appointed emergency manager for the Detroit Public Schools should be removed from office.
DPS Emergency Manager Roy Roberts says National Assessment of Educational Progress scores released on Wednesday show Detroit is headed in the right direction.
It’s some news of improvement for the Detroit Public Schools as the district has managed to reduce its financial deficit.
Sponsored by the Detroit Housing Commission, “100 Leaders Who Cook: Nourishing Our Future” will provide students with an opportunity to interact with Metro Detroit leaders – while being served a tasty dish.
A debt refinancing plan is expected to help the Detroit Public School district to eliminate $200 million of its debt; improving cash flow, says Emergency Manager Roy Roberts.
A lawsuit seeking the removal of the head of the Detroit Public Schools has been rejected.