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Don’t Push the School Funding Panic Button

Districts can adapt to federal enrollment projections

Districts can adapt to federal enrollment projections more

Charter Schools Face Funding, Facility Inequities

Legislation, possible legal showdown could help shrink gap

Legislation, possible legal showdown could help shrink gap more

Most Michigan Parents Satisfied with School Choice

Superintendent Whiston backtracks from 'backwards' claim

Superintendent Whiston backtracks from “backwards” claim more

Let Local Schools Decide Their Calendars

More districts seeking freedom from Labor Day mandate

More districts seeking freedom from Labor Day mandate more

‘Public Education’ Not Easy to Define

Questions raised by rally for more school funding

Questions raised by rally for more school funding more

Free Press Omits Key CREDO Charter School Finding

Students learning more from most Michigan for-profit operators

Students learning more from most Michigan for-profit operators more

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There aren’t many policies that get near unanimous support from economists, but free trade is one of them. Despite this, a central theme of the 2016 presidential campaign, heard from both political parties, was that free trade was somehow harmful to the United States and corrective action was needed. Mark Perry, an economics professor at the University of Michigan-Flint and scholar with the American Enterprise Institute, makes the case for why President Trump’s assessment of free trade is misguided.

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