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Editor: Blake O. Benberry In modern Detroit times, discussion surrounding Historically Black College Universities (HBCU) and the City, is rare. Yet, for some who recall the vibrancy of an earlier educational era here, the recent announcement of the former  Lewis College of Business reopening...
Students across Detroit are looking ahead to another academic year. Some will go to a four-year college, but that’s not the path for everyone. And in the mid-to-post COVID world, where most vocational fields are experiencing a steep skills gap, that’s perfectly fine. “There’s...
Critical race theory is an academic movement that has recently gained widespread attention because of its framing by some Republicans and conservative groups in restricting the teaching of America’s past and present. Though, the principles of critical race theory are not new. It was first explored in...
Lingo Coding Kit
Lingo Coding Kit lets kids complete projects and make gadgets with a STEM focus.
Zoom School
Much has been discussed about whether this setup allows our children to grasp all that they need academically, but what about their social and emotional learning? One Detroit family opens up about how they’re trying to stay afloat in a sea of strange.
Springboard Collaborative
This Louisville native heads the local arm of an organization that’s committed to improving literacy and bridging the gap between home and school.
Grosse Pointe Schools
Former and current Grosse Pointe students say the environment is ripe with racism.
Schools reopening
Had a conversation with school officials about COVID-19 reopening plans and heightened racial tensions, and how that might impact your child this fall?
Racheal Allen
This Marygrove alumna has returned to the campus to continue the institution’s legacy of educating the community and preserving history.
Ford Motor Company Fund
The 12th annual Blue Oval Scholarship awards happened virtually this year with 43 Detroit-area seniors taking away $1,000 each.
TRAILS
Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students is hoping to combat youth suicide rates, the second-leading cause of death for kids ages 12 to 18.
Madison Miles and Friends
Authored by Daralynn Walker, the series addresses self-identity, character and confidence.
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