Opinion: Detroit’s Schools Are Unconstitutionally Unequal
Nov 8, 1:00 AM
For much of the past decade, schoolchildren in Detroit were forced to endure conditions that can only be described as abhorrent. In many schools, classroom temperatures exceeded 90 degrees during the spring and summer, and neared freezing during frigid Michigan winters. Mold was endemic in some school buildings, and vermin was common in others.