Detroit Public Schools Community District welcomes its seven newly elected board members.
Nov. 8 Detroiters made history with their votes for members of the community to lead the new district.
Judge Rhodes said, “We will offer to continue to meet with the elected school board members on a regular basis to provide needed information to transition the DPSCD to local control.”
|The names of the members are below.|
About the Detroit Public Schools Community District
The Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) is the new public school district for the Detroit community. It was created through the Michigan Legislature’s passage of the education reform bills in June 2016. DPSCD has replaced the former Detroit Public Schools. It will maintain all 97 schools, as well as with its necessary support services, including transportation, school nutrition, special education, early childhood learning and much more. In addition, DPSCD will emerge with new and innovative academic programs and support, along with facility improvements and enhanced security. Most significantly, DPSCD emerges with virtually no past debt obligations. detroitk12.org