Detroit Public Schools emergency financial manager Robert Bobb last week unveiled a plan to lease 41 failing public schools — about a quarter of its schools — to private charter school operators.

Bobb said the move could save up to $100 million as DPS struggles to chip away at a $327 million general fund deficit. It could generate another $22 million in lease revenue.

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