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A Principal And His Staff Have Just One Year to Prove Their School Should Survive

It was the first day of school at the Mumford Academy high school and principal Nir Saar was working the hallways, shaking hands, introducing himself to new students. “There’s the football star!” he said as he greeted a returning 10th-grader. “How you doing, Mr. Varsity?” He high-fived a girl as she walked by. “I missed you, Zakiya!” he exclaimed. “How you been?” “I missed you too,” she answered. It was a scene similar to ones that played out in schools across Detroit and the nation in...

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