Charter Schools Targeted By Veto To Protest At Governor’s Detroit Office 

Regular district schools get raise but not charters, which have more poor and minorities Read more

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Lawmakers Should Let Good Jobs for Michigan Expire

Research shows state jobs programs are ineffective, expensive and unfair Read more

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Court Denies Records Request For Controversial Activist’s Texts With Mayor

Nikki Joly could get life for arson that killed five pets Read more

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Politicians Bet Taxpayer Dollars On Soccer, Taxpayers Lose

Lansing mayor said games would bring in big-spending fans Read more

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An Update on Criminal Justice Policies in Michigan

By most measures, the state has been improving Read more

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Is There Really A Teacher Shortage? Grand Rapids Shows It’s Complicated

Many want to be basic classroom teachers, but some specialized positions stay empty Read more

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In Michigan, More Getting Richer, Poor Getting Less Poor

State has recovered ‘very strongly’ from Great Recession Read more

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A Global Climate Strike Isn't Enough

Personal responsibility will do more for the climate than striking Read more

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CMU Tuition More Than Doubled Since 2000; Revenues Up But Enrollment Stagnant 

State higher education funding is down, though Read more

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MSU Tuition, Overall Spending Up Big Since 2000; State Funding Down

More spending, higher costs mean more student debt Read more

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