Education in the spotlight! – CBS Detroit
Southfield (CBS Detroit) – Oakland University President Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz and new Skillman Foundation President / CEO Angelique Power appear on “Michigan Matters” on CBS 62 (airing Sunday at 8 a.m.) to talk about the state of education in our city and region.
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Pescovitz, who recently endowed $ 1 million to OU for a scholarship program, explained how the pandemic has had such an impact. She spoke with lead producer / host Carol Cain about returning students to campus and classrooms in person.
She also spoke about her late father, Rabbi Robert Hirsch, a pioneer of the civil rights movement who marched and worked with Dr Martin Luther King Jr, who recently died at the age of 95.
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Power, who moved to Detroit from Chicago this summer to take on the Skillman Foundation position, told Cain she spoke with Tonya Allen, who held the position before accepting it and continues to consult with her as part of the job. of his “kitchen cabinet”. “Allen moved to Minneapolis and runs a foundation there.
Power also spoke about a statewide survey of residents this summer they took part in to assess what people thought about investing in education and how it could be improved.
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