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Your Thursday morning briefing: More than half of Detroit’s public schools now have dangerous levels of lead and copper. Schuette endorsement causes backlash. Legalized pot won’t protect your job.
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Marygrove College in Detroit predominately attracted students from underserved populations.
An iconic synagogue in Detroit has brought Jews and Christians together to transform the 95-year-old building into a mixed-faith community center.
Detroit’s elected board of education was finally allowed to choose a superintendent after years of state emergency management.
The head of the River Rouge School District is one of two finalists for the superintendent’s job in Detroit.
Black students are less likely to graduate from Wayne State than any high-performing college in the U.S.
“Shame, shame, shame!” shouted a protester as DeVos was whisked into an SUV.
A bewildered Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at a press conference after the speech, saying he had never faced such hostility at an indoor event
Supporters of residency requirements say officers who live outside of Detroit are more likely to further erode trust between the black community and police.