Snyder's budget expected to contain DPS help

Posted at 7:03 PM, Feb 09, 2016

Governor Rick Snyder is expected to make a big announcement impacting Detroit Public Schools.

It will happen as he presents his budget recommendations for next year.

He is expected to suggest that the state designate more than $70 million to help DPS.

The governor is also expected to talk about his ideas for policy that would make sure the money results in improved academics and more resources in the classroom.