Inkster (Mich.) district dissolved and split among 4 neighbors

July 26, 2013
New law regarding financially troubled schools led to district's elimination

The 2,200 students who attended the Inkster (Mich.) school system have been reassigned to four nearby districts. The Detroit Free Press reports that the Wayne Regional Educational Service Agency board has voted to formally dissolve the Inkster district. The former Inkster territory will be absorbed by the Romulus, Westwood, Wayne-Westland and Taylor districts. Three of the former Inkster school buildings will become part of the Taylor district. The high school becomes part of the Romulus district, and the other remaining building is now part of the Wayne-Westland district. Notices are being mailed to Inkster families to tell them where students will be assigned.

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