In March 2009, Detroit Public Schools (DPS) was facing bankruptcy, a $305 million deficit, a decade-plus of substantially declining enrollment, and now the public backlash of closing 29 schools. DPS families didn't need ads, they needed a movement. They got one. Results exceeded their enrollment projections and generated $49 million in funding — necessary for financial viability.
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