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DPS SUPERINTENDENT PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION PANEL

 DPS SUPERINTENDENT PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION PANEL
 DETROIT, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Detroit Public Schools General


Superintendent Dr. Deborah M. McGriff will be a panelist on C-Span Cable Television's "A National Discussion on Education" program Monday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m., airing live from Murray-Wright High School, 2001 West Warren Ave. in Detroit.
 Dr. McGriff will join Education Secretary Lamar Alexander, Detroit Drew Middle School teacher Michelle Brown Fletcher, and Chrysler Corporation national education program administrator Valerie Becker on the live call-in program.
 "I am pleased to participate in this nationally broadcast education forum. That the program will air live from one of our schools and that one of our teachers will participate, gives the Detroit Public Schools an opportunity to highlight examples of our approach to achieving educational excellence," said Dr. McGriff.
 For more information, contact Rosalyn L. Whitney, superintendent's press secretary, 313-494-2244 or 313-494-1075.
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 /NOTE: Media representatives are invited. CONTACT: Rosalyn Whitney of Detroit Public Schools, 313-494-2244, or 313-494-1075/ CO: Detroit Public Schools; C-Span Cable Television ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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