Erin Einhorn

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Just another Tuesday for 37 first-graders with no music or art or gym

June 15, 2017 | Erin Einhorn

This is what it’s like to teach in a classroom with too many children, books that don’t arrive until March, and no help because there not enough teachers.

Eight ways Detroit’s new schools chief can succeed

April 27, 2017 | Erin Einhorn

Nikolai Vitti, the incoming superintendent from Florida, faces some age-old Detroit problems: overcrowded classrooms, historically low student achievement, and the burden of replacing a popular predecessor. Here’s what insiders suggest he should tackle first.