DETROIT (AP) — Detroit’s public school district is planning a so-called cradle to career campus at Marygrove College as part of an effort to create a hub for urban education.

The so-called cradle-to-career campus is now getting $50 million boost from The Kresge Foundation.

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The funding was announced Thursday as part of the new P-20 Partnership that aims to include an early childhood education center, a kindergarten-12th grade school and a teacher education training program involving University of Michigan School of Education that’s modeled after hospital residency programs.

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The Detroit Public Schools Community District’s board of education approved the program on Tuesday. The kindergarten through 12th grade school is scheduled to open during the 2019-20 academic year. The aim would be to create a campus that also includes an early childhood center and educational opportunities for new teachers.

The plan could bring new life to Marygrove College, a small liberal arts school surrounded by homes in a northwest Detroit neighborhood. The college announced last year it was shutting down its undergraduate programs due to declining enrollment while continuing other programs.

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