Detroit Schools Welcome Back Students For The First Time Since MarchDetroit public schools district and other districts welcomed students back to school today.
Detroit Public Schools Release Official Draft Reopening PlanA draft plan to reopen schools for the Detroit Public Schools Community District has been released.
Detroit Public Schools To Raise Starting Teacher Salaries By 33%It will go into effect in the 2020-21 school year. 
Appeals Court Rules Detroit Students Have Rights To LiteracyStudents at underperforming Detroit public schools have a constitutional right to literacy, a federal appeals court said Thursday in reviving a lawsuit against the state of Michigan.
Detroit Public Schools Superintendent: Close SchoolsIn an open letter to Michigan state leaders, Detroit Public Schools Superintendant Nikoli Vitti wrote recommendations on how Detroit Public Schools should proceed in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
Detroit Public Schools Offers Grab And Go Breakfast, LunchDetroit Public Schools is offering grab and go breakfast and lunch where parents can pull up, pick up and take off.
Michigan Matters: Filling the Gaps in Education and Keeping Michiganders HealthierEducation was front and center on the Michigan Matters round table as Tonya Allen, David Nicholson, and Charlie Beckham appeared with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about how to improve things in schools across the region.
High Lead And Copper Levels Found At 57 Detroit Public SchoolsThe Detroit Public Schools says elevated levels of lead or copper have been found in water fixtures at 57 of 86 schools tested so far.
Detroit Schools Cradle-To-Career Campus Gets $50M Boost From The Kresge FoundationDetroit'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.
Detroit Schools Shut Off Drinking Water Due To Lead, Copper Drinking water is being shut off at all Detroit public schools because the water in 16 of them was found to have high levels of lead or copper.
Judge Dismisses Detroit Schools Literacy Lawsuit A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit focused on the poor reading skills of students at several Detroit schools, including because he concluded there is no right to literacy.