Some students get field trips, science kits, and new toys while the kids down the hall get nothing.
In two years, some of the state’s top-performing schools plunged by 50 percentile points. West Michigan Aviation Academy rose from the 32nd percentile to the 87th.
A charter in Detroit that sought to attract families of all races and incomes is seeing real integration. But it might not stay that way.
Once a symbol for the city’s broken hallways, Spain Elementary-Middle is now a model of revitalization.
National groups aren’t coming to help some of the country’s most troubled schools.
Some parents have to travel six hours and take up to eight buses each day to take their kids to better schools outside of their neighborhoods.
They’re designed to provide extra attention to students who suffer from trauma. But are they worth all the extra taxpayer dollars?