Update: 3:23 p.m.:
The Detroit News has changed the number of schools it reported in the DPS school closing plan - going from 100 schools to 70 schools.
Facing a deficit in the hundreds of millions of dollars, a new plan calls for closing more schools in Detroit.
The Detroit News reports:
A proposed deficit-elimination plan for Detroit Public Schools calls for shuttering
100 additional schools by 2013 and increasing class sizes from 35 to 62 for high school students by 2014.
The plan was submitted to state education officials by the Detroit Public Schools Emergency Financial Manager, Robert Bobb.
DPS and Robert Bobb are in the midst of a current school closing plan. It calls for closing 45 schools over three years. Here's a map of the current closing plan:
View Michigan School Closures in a larger map