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Detroit's Schools Are Full Of Empty Classrooms. Can They Find A Way To Keep The Buildings Open?

When Pershing High School opened in 1930, it was designed to serve more than 2,200 students in what was then a fast-growing part of the city’s east side. Today, the school serves just 314 kids. That means Pershing is more than 85 percent empty. It’s a similar story at Southeastern High School, Davis Aerospace High School and scores of other schools across the city that now serve just a fraction of the students they were designed to educate. Some schools, like the Douglass Academy for Young...

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