Plans include high school roof repair, 12,000 volunteers to help restore neighborhood The Life Remodeled 2015 project at Osborn High School and the Osborn community on the city’s east side really is starting at the top – as in raising the school roof. A traditional tear off and replacement of the worn-out and leaky roof would cost the Detroit Public Schools $2.4 million. By instead [Read more…]
Renaissance High School Principal Anita Williams is touring Germany from June 21- July 4. For this cultural experience, she will visit the Goethe-Institute Washington for a study tour orientation before flying to Germany. The tour includes places such as: Esslingen, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Ravensbrϋck, Berlin, and Feldheim. Managing Director of Transatlantic Outreach Program, Wood [Read more…]
New, more streamlined structure projected to save $10 million when fully implemented Detroit Public Schools Emergency Manager Darnell Earley today announced the restructuring of the district’s central office operations, creating a streamlined system that is “laser-focused” on supporting schools to strengthen and improve student achievement. The restructuring is a part of Earley’s 10-Point [Read more…]
There's never been a better time for businesses, alumni, community members and everyone concerned with public education to partner with Detroit Public Schools. With a rigorous new five-year academic plan in place and new instructional strategies and a stronger curriculum in every classroom, major worldwide corporations and alumni of local schools are stepping forward to volunteer, contribute and pledge human resources, talent, technology and monetary gifts.
Prepared by the Office of Research, Evaluation and Assessment
The Preschool Progress Summary Report observation and reporting procedure was designed and implemented by the offices of Early Childhood Education, Student Information Systems, and Research, Evaluation and Assessment. This report is the second report based on a series of three measures conducted each school year.