Category: Education Clip
Wayne State University, Henry Ford College create ...
Posted by Jonathan Shead | Mar 30, 2023 | 1D Episode Clip, Education, Future of Work, News, One Detroit | 0
Helpful Resources for Coping After A School Shooti...
Posted by Jonathan Shead | Feb 14, 2023 | Education, News, One Detroit | 0
3/24/22: COVID313 – Child Tax Credits, Housi...
Posted by Madison Wood | Mar 24, 2022 | COVID313 Town Hall, Education Clip, Partner Content | 0
3/10/22: COVID313 – Mask Mandates and COVID ...
Posted by Madison Wood | Mar 10, 2022 | COVID313 Town Hall, Education Clip, Partner Content | 0
2/24/22: COVID313 – Youth-Led Town Hall on M...
Posted by Madison Wood | Feb 25, 2022 | COVID313 Town Hall, Education Clip, Partner Content | 0
Michigan’s High Childcare Costs Continue As Financial Assistance Remains Untapped
by Jonathan Shead | Feb 10, 2022
While 35% of Michigan’s children five years and under qualify for childcare subsidies, only...Read More
1/27/22: COVID313 – Virtual & In-Person Learning, Omicron Variant Updates
by Jonathan Shead | Jan 28, 2022
Detroit Public Schools Community District Assistant Superintendent Alycia Meriweather updates parents and families on the districts conversations around virtual versus in-person learning for its students. Dr. Eric McGrath, MD of Infectious Disease and Prevention at Wayne Pediatrics, Inc. shares more information about the COVID-19 Omicron variant that continues to spread rapidly, Plus, special guest U.S. Senator Gary Peters, who shares what he’s been working on in Washington D.C. in regards to the nation’s federal response to COVID-19.Read More
In the Wake of Oxford, Schools Deal with Difficult Questions
by Jonathan Shead | Dec 9, 2021
The aftermath of the Oxford school shooting left ripple effects across Michigan communities this past week, closing more than a dozen schools and leaving students, parents and teachers fearful and having to cope. One Detroit’s Christy McDonald speaks with Oakland Schools Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant Karen Anthony on how she’s supporting the Oxford community in the wake of the school shooting.Read More
Educators react to Oxford High School shooting and how they’re supporting students
by Jonathan Shead | Dec 9, 2021
Following the Oxford High School shooting Nov. 30, teachers from across metro Detroit connected with PBS NewHours’ Student Reporting Labs to share their perspectives and how they’re supporting students.Read More
PBS NewsHour | Rising COVID Cases Causing Turmoil for Michigan Schools as Flu Season Arrives
by Jonathan Shead | Nov 30, 2021
As the first snows of the season begin to fall in Michigan, school leaders dealing with staffing shortages across their districts are facing yet another conundrum: what to do about a flu season that’s arrived alongside a major spike in COVID-19 cases.Read More
Teachers Talk: How Educators Are Grappling with Shortages, Demands
by Jonathan Shead | Nov 18, 2021
Teaching has always been a challenging job, but today’s educators are leaving the profession in droves. With fewer educators on deck, districts have been forced to make decisions that have an impact on children’s education. As teachers grapple with some of the most challenging years of their career, providing for children’s academic, social and emotional needs, One Detroit’s Christy McDonald sat down with two local teachers to get educated on the challenges they continue to face.Read More
9/9/21: One Detroit Education Town Hall: What really matters in education?
by Cheryl Jones | Sep 9, 2021
Join DPTV Thursday, January 28 at 4:30pm ET for this important conversation about the state of education.Read More
BridgeDetroit | The Class of 2021 navigates COVID, as well as college
by Lea Vigi | Apr 7, 2021
For Detroit high school students, applying to college in a pandemic brings new concerns and questions about “the right path.”Read More
Chalkbeat Detroit: High teacher turnover is hurting Michigan’s most vulnerable students
by Lea Vigi | Mar 30, 2021
Frequent turnover at the front of the classroom takes a steep toll on student learning, especially in low-income communities where students most need stable schools.Read More
Chalkbeat Detroit: Michigan lost 62,000 students this fall, thousands more than estimated
by Zosette Guir | Mar 18, 2021
Declining enrollment is a sign of a turbulent year for Michigan students. If the trend doesn’t reverse, it could also spell financial problems for districts across the state.Read More
Gen Z on a Post-COVID future
by Zosette Guir | Mar 12, 2021
From the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs: how kids feel about a post-COVID future.Read More
Education Town Hall | Teachers Meeting Students Where They Are
by Zosette Guir | Feb 18, 2021
As students adjust to virtual or in-person learning, it’s the teachers who meet them where they are.Read More
News From Around Detroit
- Detroit’s public safety plan for downtown this summerby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Visitors can expect more officers on the streets, rooftops and in police towers, wayfinding signage and additional security screenings at some event spaces.
- Mumford grad prioritizes health in Detroit’s Fitzgerald neighborhoodby Olivia Lewis (Olivia Lewis, Author at BridgeDetroit)
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Siblings Corina Malone and Corey Williams are inviting Detroiters to free yoga classes on Friday evenings to support healthy habits.
- Detroit police board chair assures ‘transparency’ amid investigations by Christine Ferretti and Orlando Bailey (Orlando Bailey, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Citizen complaint records seized, two staffers on administrative leave amid multiple investigations into Detroit’s Board of Police Commissioners and the Office of the Chief Investigator.
- Meet Detroit’s other ‘people mover,’ Michael Cunningham IIby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Cunningham has spent a decade advocating for transit justice in Detroit, but that isn’t his biggest fight. He’s also encountered homelessness, incarceration and mental health challenges.
- Detroit police board selects candidates for secretary, chief investigatorby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
BOPC picked Victoria Shah, who formerly ran for a seat on the commission, and Jerome Warfield Sr., a west side pastor and an ex-chair of the board.
- Body recovered from Iowa apartment collapse site, with 2 still missing
The body of one of three men who had been missing after the partial collapse of an apartment building in Davenport, Iowa, has been found, a city official confirmed Sunday.
- Signaling system error led to deadly India train crash, railway official says
The derailment in eastern India that killed 275 people and injured hundreds was caused by an error in the electronic signaling system that led a train to wrongly change tracks and crash into a freight train, officials said Sunday.
- OPEC+ member countries consider more production cuts as oil prices slump
The major oil-producing countries led by Saudi Arabia and Russia are wrestling with whether to make another cut in supply to the global economy as the OPEC+ alliance struggles to prop up sagging oil prices that have been a boon to U.S. drivers and helped ease inflation worldwide.