Michigan governor wants to split Detroit Public Schools district to isolate debt | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Michigan governor wants to split Detroit Public Schools district to isolate debt

Gov. Rick Snyder has laid out a plan the struggling Detroit Public Schools district, which has big debts and poor student achievement in many of its approximately 100 schools.

Snyder said the district has reached a "crisis point where systemic change is needed."

Under the plan, the existing Detroit Public Schools would continue under the direction of the emergency manager and the elected Board of Education for the sole purpose of paying off the district’s debt.

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