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How Education Secretary DeVos Could Help Michigan Advance Choice

Two federal proposals that avoid dangerous overreach

Two federal proposals that avoid dangerous overreach more

Critic Still Misses Mark on Detroit Charter Research

The trouble with doubling down on anti-DeVos criticism

The trouble with doubling down on anti-DeVos criticism

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School Choice on the National Stage

How Can New Education Secretary Best Advance Opportunities?

How Can New Education Secretary Best Advance Opportunities?

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Why Are Michigan House Republicans Continuing These Union Scams?

New Legislature should take up pension spiking, release time in 2017

New Legislature should take up pension spiking, release time in 2017 more

An Opportunity to Improve School Funding Equity?

Pushback against federal regulation should not preclude local reform

Pushback against federal regulation should not preclude local reform

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Michigan Legislature Set to End Union Schemes

Special ‘release time’ and pension spiking arrangements unfair to taxpayers

Special ‘release time’ and pension spiking arrangements unfair to taxpayers

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Why School Choice is So Valuable

Detroit Schools doesn’t expect academic progress for a decade

Detroit Schools doesn’t expect academic progress for a decade

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How Saginaw Prep Turned Around Academically

Charter school shedding 'priority' label

Charter school shedding 'priority' label

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Jim Riley got his own fiscal house in order so he could retire. Now he wonders why his city government can’t do the same for their employees, and taxpayers who could end with huge bills from the unfunded retirement liabilities.

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