Education

How harassment and politicized issues help push Michigan teachers out of the classroom

Despite the state allocating more and more money into teacher retention and attraction, harassment, change of emotional climate in schools and politicization of K-12 school curricula has been driving teachers to leave the profession the last few years

By Allison R. Donahue, Michigan Advance

Jake Gless worked for Lakewood Public Schools as a middle-school art teacher for about two years and six weeks before he took down the rainbow flag that was hanging on the wall of his classroom, packed his boxes of paints and papers and never walked foot into the school building again. It wasn’t because he wanted to leave six weeks into the last school year...

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25 of the best lunch spots in downtown Detroit

For some people lunch time is another cup of noodles, bologna sandwich, or whatever snacks they can find in their desk drawers.…

By Metro Times Staff

Parc
800 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-922-PARC;parcdetroit.com
Located in Campus Martius, lunch at Parc offers good food, drinks, and a great view of the city.
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Everything we saw at the DIY Street Fair in Ferndale

The DIY Street Fair returned to Ferndale last weekend for a crafty good time. Here's everything and everyone we saw at this…

By Leigh Miller

Everything we saw at the DIY Street Fair in Ferndale
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Everything we saw at Greta Van Fleet’s Toledo show (since the closest Michigan shows were canceled)

Last fall when Greta Van Fleet announced they were going on tour in 2022, the band dropped five Michigan show dates (none…

By Joe Maroon

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Everything we saw at the Pavement concert at Detroit's Masonic Temple

Indie rock band Pavement performed at the Masonic Temple in Detroit on Saturday night.

By Doug Coombe

Everything we saw at the Pavement at Detroit's Masonic Temple
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