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Administrators have wrestled with a deluge of student demands related to cultural and racial issues on campus. Some have already been met.
Darnell Earley, the state-appointed emergency manager of Detroit Public Schools, who had also managed Flint and oversaw its decision to draw its water from the Flint River, has resigned.
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