1. U-M story lab to amplify Detroit River narratives

    In partnership with the Detroit River Story Lab, the Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom at Taubman College has coordinated a number of courses this semester to focus on the Detroit River’s history.

  2. Dean Moje: The fight for Detroit school children’s constitutional right to literacy isn’t over

    “We’re talking about equitable opportunities, not just equal. What we’re seeing is that after years and years of disenfranchisement… it’s not possible to give everyone the same funding and say that that’s equality because in fact many districts are so disadvantaged by the way funding has played out and by our systems that are oppressive and unjust that they need more money than other settings, and that’s what inspired me.”
    ~ Elizabeth Birr Moje, dean of the University of Michigan School of Education

  3. VIDEO: The Marygrove P-20 Partnership shares its first year of progress in Detroit

    Since the September 2018 launch, the P-20 partners – including The Kresge Foundation and the University of Michigan School of Education – have opened the School at Marygrove to its inaugural class and broken ground on a $15 million Early Childhood Education center to open in fall 2021.

  4. U-M partners on new cradle-to-career education center at Marygrove College in Detroit

    This cradle-to-career educational partnership on the campus of Marygrove College will include a state-of-the-art early childhood education center, a new K-12 school and the introduction of an innovative teacher education program modeled after hospital residency programs.

  5. Literacy Research and Professional Development in Detroit

    Elizabeth Birr Moje, the associate dean for research and community engagement and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the School of Education at the University of Michigan, focuses her research on communities and schools in Detroit.