Category: Education Clip
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
by Jonathan Shead | Dec 2, 2021
A list of helpful links, resources, and videos to help parents, students, families and educators cope after witnessing gun violence in school.Read More
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
by Zosette Guir | Feb 18, 2021
The big overarching decisions that are happening at districts are made by the superintendents and administration. Each district has to cater to what their specific school community needs.Read More
News From Around Detroit
- Detroit mother heals through stories of departed sonby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Constance “Connie” Spight’s book, Dear Brandon: Letters to my Departed Son, was published in February through Archway Publishing.
- Transit options, impacts of pollution top focus in southwest Detroitby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
District 6 residents detailed barriers to transportation and other unfavorable conditions that disrupt their lives during a Tuesday night town hall hosted by BridgeDetroit and Detroit is Different.
- Legacy and opportunity are in abundance on Harper business stripby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Business owners in the area say the corridor is on the “up and up,” despite less attention from the city than they would like.
- District 5 residents want schools, object to ‘imposed’ developmentby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Besides a shortage of schools and rec centers, residents in Detroit’s District 5 say they are defensive about new development because they often feel that it’s done without their input.
- Death of young girl prompts weapons crackdown in violent neighborhoodsby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Detroit police are targeting known violent offenders this week in sections of the city’s east and west side.
- Missouri's last abortion clinic finds itself in center of Roe fallout
During a news conference Friday, clinic directors said their focus would now turn to making sure people have the information they need and working with allies to connect people with care in other states.
- After Roe ruling, a Louisiana abortion clinic looks to what's next
When the high court's conservative majority struck down Roe v. Wade on Friday, the Hope Medical Center for Women in Shreveport, Louisiana, was packed with patients seeking care.
- Federal court temporary blocks FDA ban on Juul e-cigarette sales in U.S.
Juul had filed an emergency motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington so it can appeal the sales ban from the Food and Drug Administration.