Gov. Snyder was sued for a second time this week, this time for his role in the deterioration of Detroit’s schools.
Detroit high school graduates will receive guaranteed free tuition to attend community college under a plan announced today by Mayor Mike Duggan.
Gov. Snyder ordered state officials to withhold alarming evidence that Flint schools had dangerous levels of lead in their drinking water, according to new e-mails.
Voters may finally get a chance to recall Gov. Rick Snyder, who has come under fierce fire for his handling of the Flint water crisis.
The city of Detroit took possession of 58 vacant, blighted DPS schools that were left to languish as they were gutted by scrappers under the control of the state.
The news comes on the same day the FBI confirmed it was investigating officials’ role in the Flint water crisis.
The sobering discovery comes after Mayor Mike Duggan began requiring inspections of all 97 schools in the Detroit Public Schools system.
The state has fueled the decline by reducing funding, closing schools and allowing nearly 100 charter schools to open.
Gov. Snyder and Mayor Duggan would gain more control of DPS under new legislation.
State officials have been slow to correct health violations that include mold, structural issues, fire and electrical hazards and a lack of heat.