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Monthly Archives: June 2019

A Fierce Caregiver; Actualized!

by: Kurt Griggs-Swanson | Jun. 27th, 2019 Organizations and people committed to improving outcomes for Detroit’s children are deeply embedded in the heart and tapestry of the city. These champions work harder with every waking day to combat, circumvent, and break down barriers to our children’s success and ensure that their futures are bright. The […]

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What Europe Can Teach Us About Afterschool Opportunities

by: Terry Whitfield | Jun. 18th, 2019 A kid from Seven Mile in Detroit made it to Europe. It was AMAZING. Thanks to the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation and the German Marshall Fund, I recently had the privilege to take part in a travel tour of the Ruhr Valley in Germany and Barcelona, Spain, […]

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A Home for All Detroit Youth 

by: William Sexton | Jun. 14th, 2019 An important part of any child’s life is a supportive and stable place to call home.     Unfortunately, many young people in Detroit, and across our state and country, are often without this sense of stability. According to federal education law, any youth without “a fixed, regular, and […]

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Teach 313 Fellowship Elevates Role & Advocacy Efforts of Detroit Teachers

by: Teach 313 | Jun. 6th, 2019 Teach 313 strives to make Detroit the best city in American for teachers. A place where educators are celebrated and honored for their noble profession. Where aspirations for the city’s future acknowledge the key role teachers play in cultivating our next generation of leaders and learners. The Teach […]

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