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Families

Families

Check out these education resources for parents & families.

Educators

Educators

Valuable resources for teachers, administrators & educators.

Early Learning

Early Learning

Resources for early learning and early childhood education.

Michigan American Graduate

Michigan American Graduate

American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen - an initiative to help combat the dropout crisis in this country

STEM Resources

STEM Resources

Resources for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education in our community

DPTV Education News

3/23/17: "Fractured Trust" / Healthcare and Headline

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John Bebow will join the MiWeek team for a closer look at The Center for Michigan's just released citizens agenda report titled: "Fractured Trust." Episode 548.

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3/16/17: Education in Michigan

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A special edition of MiWeek, focusing on education in Michigan and the Governor's recently released Education Commission Report.

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3/12/17: Flint Water Crisis Report / Head Start Innovation Fund

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A comprehensive report by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission indicates race played a role in the Flint water crisis. Episode 4522.

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3/9/17: Great Lakes Funding / School Closings / State of Wayne County

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The MiWeek team looks at the fallout from President Trump's proposed budget cuts in programs that help the Great Lakes. We'll also look at a Great Lakes Now video about the restoration of Lake Erie wetlands. Episode 546.

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2/26/17: Wayne County Update / Closing the Gap Detroit

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An organization that is helping first generation and low income students realize their dreams of going to college. Episode 4520.

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2/19/17: Tuskegee Airmen / Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity

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One of the original Tuskegee Airmen, 94-year-old Frederick Henry, Sr., talks with Stephen about how the unit helped pave the way for full integration of the U.S military. Episode 4519.

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Rock Ventures' Development / Criminal Justice Reform

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Dan Gilbert's Rock Ventures offers to develop a new criminal justice complex and build a soccer stadium and entertainment complex in Detroit. Episode 542.

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2/5/17: American Black Journal talks mentorship at the Downtown Boxing Gym

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More than 100 community members and thought leaders joined together to discuss the value of mentorship in developing leaders of the next generation.

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1/29/17: African-Americans Under a Trump Administration

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A special roundtable discussion on the future for African-Americans and other minorities under a Trump administration. Episode 4517.

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First Week with Trump / Michigan School Shut Downs / Regional Economy

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The MiWeek team takes a look at the impact of President Trump's first week in office. Episode 540.

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