Some Kids Have Lost More Than Others During the Pandemic

Students with disabilities didn’t get needed support during remote learning. How can schools make that up?
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Essay: A Critical Race Theory Expert on How Something Benign Became Toxic

Michigan State University's Dr. Dorinda J. Carter Andrews writes about the current hysteria over the concept
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Editor’s Letter: Back to School, Closer to Normal

Editor Dan Caccavaro on the March issue of 'Hour Detroit'
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Education Post-COVID – A Generational Rescue Mission

With the average student expected to lose up to nine months of education by the end of the 2020-21 school year, how do we get back on track?

A New Picture Book Set in Detroit Helps Children Understand COVID-19 Safety

‘How My School Fights a Virus’ shares kid-friendly tips on returning to school

Michigan’s First Transgender Teacher of the Year on Being the Educator He Needed

Owen Bondono says his classroom is a "safe environment where students can be themselves”

Former Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings on the GOP and Pandemic Schooling

The Ann Arbor native sees "no risk-free way" to get kids back to school

How Metro Detroit Teachers Are Handling Returning To School During the Pandemic

For both veteran and rookie teachers, COVID-19 means a fall fraught with difficult decisions
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GM’s New YouTube Summer School Series Aims to STEM Boredom

Electric car charging, electric car motors, and autonomous vehicle sensors are some of the topics the series explores
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Social Tykes to Be a Hub for Overextended Parents and Their Little Ones

The play space is expected to open in Corktown this summer