In Crain’s Detroit, Sherri Welch writes:
“Detroit’s educational issues have made headlines for years. And for years, those who have tried to fix them have faced myriad road blocks, political and otherwise, in their efforts.
That’s why W.K. Kellogg Foundation President and CEO La June Montgomery Tabron and Kresge Foundation President Rip Rapson made big news in November when they announced a combined commitment of $50 million to address many of those issues at their root by establishing a coordinated, quality early childhood education plan.”