After Michigan voters repealed a law that allowed the state to appoint emergency managers to financially struggling municipalities and school districts, officials involved with Detroit Public Schools are again clashing over where authority lies, the Huffington Post reports. The Detroit Board of Education, reinstated to oversee DPS academics after Public Act 4's suspension, voted in a special meeting Tuesday to break ties between the district and the Educational Achievement Authority. Ending the agreement with the EAA, a state-run district for underperforming schools, would bring students and funding back to DPS. They also moved to cancel its
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