For Anneccia Davis-Dunson, being involved in her children's education was important. Now, she volunteers at their former Detroit elementary school to help other kids in their learning.
DPSCD alumna Deirdre Young motivates the next generation – from her young son to the middle and high school students she exposes to a career in dentistry.
This teacher turned instructional specialist helps students improve their writing skills through a program she created at Detroit's Davison Elementary-Middle School.
Parents aren't just encouraged to help their children succeed in school, they're offered tools and resources to achieve their own successes, too.
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy listed two DPS schools and two DPS-authorized charters in the top 10. Plus, eight more city schools made the group's top 100.
Save the Children, a national organization, says we're among 28 states not making the grade in keeping kids safe. Here's what it found - and what's being done.
Dan Varner, CEO of nonprofit Excellent Schools Detroit, combines his passion for Detroit, education and helping kids in his single-minded mission.
This nonprofit organization just released an unprecedented letter-grade evaluation of more than 200 city schools for 2013, grading them on a variety of factors.