Last night the Detroit Board of Education, which opened for summer school Monday, voted to unanimously reopen school on the regular first day in August. This happened despite three hours of unified testimony by teachers, parents, and community organizers that the schools should not be reopened until minimum conditions are met. We held a state wide Press conference this morning calling on schools not to open until a set of health conditions have been met. Here is some remarkable testimony given by one teacher to the board last night. 


Here is our archived press conference from this morning:

Here are the demands:

Best, Tom

Thomas C. Pedroni

Associate Professor, Curriculum Studies
Wayne State University