Detroit School District Emergency Manager Will Resign

The state appointed emergency manager for the Detroit School District will resign.

Darnell Earley’s last day will be on February 29, four and a half months early.

He notified Governor Rick Snyder of his decision Tuesday.

He says he completed work ahead of his 18-month schedule.

Snyder is pushing Michigan’s legislature to provide state money to the school district.

It would be used to deal with debt and help transition the district back to some form of school control.

It has been under emergency management for nearly seven years.