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‘It makes us better teachers because we’re not carrying it inside’: How a Detroit preschool helps teachers cope with the stress of the job

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Study suggests ‘deck might be stacked’ against African-American teachers in Michigan

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Inside Detroit’s efforts to address one of the biggest obstacles to better schools: sky-high absenteeism

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Thousands of Detroit students leave the city every day to go to school. A new study helps explain why.

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Watch: We asked Gov. Gretchen Whitmer about schools in Michigan. Here’s what she said.

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Gov. Whitmer wants universal pre-K by the end of her four-year term. Will there be enough teachers?

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City commission moves forward with A-F grades for Detroit schools, bucking new state rating system

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Whitmer: Michigan needs ‘bold’ changes to fix schools — not just more money

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Universal pre-K for Detroit? Affordable child care? How Michigan could spend new federal funds

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Here’s how Detroit, Flint, and Grand Rapids advocates are trying to put early childhood education on the state policy agenda in Lansing