Detroit’s Schools Become Magnets Drawing Population TogetherChris Christoff
Detroit’s schools, one-third their former size from the loss of more than 100,000 students in the past decade, are leading an effort to rejuvenate the city by casting themselves as neighborhood anchors that help parents as well as pupils.
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