Kaffer: Fewer students, less money affect affluent school districts, too
If you think about public schools in Michigan with declining student populations and funding, chances are you think of Detroit. Those issues have been affecting Detroit schools for decades. But more affluent communities aren’t immune to them.
Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer joined Michigan Radio's Morning Edition host Doug Tribou to discuss a similar problem in the public schools in Grosse Pointe.
You can read Nancy Kaffer's writing in the Free Press Opinion section. You also can follow her on Twitter: @nancykaffer.