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When Detroit public high school students return to school this year, they'll pass through high-tech detection machines akin to airport security systems that snap a photo and indicate the location of any metal objects on their bodies.

The systems are used in some high schools across the country, but Detroit Public Schools is the first district in the nation to install it in all...

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