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    Responding to Declining Enrollment in Lansing Public Schools

    Kelly Squiers

    The Lansing School District has been experiencing a significant decline in student enrollment and consequently a large budget deficit. Such problems are a huge cost to the city. Currently, the school ...

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    Experienced teachers away from Title I schools

    Jessica Pedersen

    A U.S. Department of Education report released last week pointed out something pretty obvious: people with more experience want nicer jobs than people with less experience have.

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    Legislation to Give More Power to Parents

    Jessica Pedersen

    Michigan parents may soon find themselves with much more choice regarding their children’s education due to Senate Republicans’ Parent Empowerment Education Reform package, introduced Wednesday, September 7th.
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    An Analysis of Governor Snyder's Budget Proposal for Michigan's Commun …

    Andrew Revard

    The preceding article analyzed Governor Snyder's budget proposal for K-12 education. This article will analyze the proposal for post-secondary education (community colleges and universities). .

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    The Advent of K-14 Education: A Working Definition

    Andrew Revard

    The state of the education system in the U.S. seems to be one of perpetual malaise. This widespread notion is not endemic to a particular ideology or political party, nor is ...

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    School District Includes Local Foods

    Joanne Lamar

    PLYMOUTH-The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools proclaimed the week of May 16-22 as "Local Foods Week" in the District. In a District whose heritage is farming, this is a way to celebrate the ...

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    NSF Program Pairs K-12 Teachers with MSU Researchers

    Xin Yu

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) will provide $2.65 million grant to team Michigan State University (MSU) graduate students with K-12 science teachers from 11 area school districts. This new GK-12 Bioenergy ...

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    (Re)Running The Race to the Top

    Kari Boyd

    $400 million dollars for Michigan schools are on the line and the Michigan Legislature has until January 2010 to reform Michigan's education system to qualify. The funds would come from the ...

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    Restructuring for Failing Schools

    Erica Weiss

    The committee on education is currently looking at House Bills 4787 and 4788 that would identify and aid areas with failing schools.  The Bills reference the allowance for a charter school ...

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    Charter Report

    Erica Weiss

    The RAND Corp. recently released a study that found students who attend charter schools were more likely to graduate and go to college, with out necessarily better performance in school. Those students ...

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    MEA Retirement Incentive- Out

    Erica Weiss

    Last week the Senate Education Committee decided to not go ahead with the MEA's proposed retirement stimulus plan, SB 255. The plan that would allow over 29,000 public school employees to ...

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    Arne Duncan Comments on the Mayoral Impact on Detroit

    Erica Weiss

    Arne Duncan spoke of the importance the next mayor of Detroit may be to the Detroit Public School System. He reasoned that back in 1995 there was mayoral control of the ...

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    Has Arne Duncan Picked a Side?

    Erica Weiss

    Arne Duncan seems to be identifying with more conservative views that many had previously hoped he would be against. Many are claiming that he supports NCLB and will complete more work ...

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    Detroit Comes in at the Bottom of Nations City Schools

    Erica Weiss

    A report was recently made available: The 2008 Brown Center Report on American Education. The center looked and analyzed international assessments, misplaced mathematics and urban schools. The study relating to urban ...

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    HB4285 and SB25: MEA Retirement Stimulus

    Erica Weiss

    Rep. Fred Miller introduced HB 4285 on Tuesday 2/17/2009 and Sen. Wayne Kuiperst brought SB 255 to be referred to the Education Committee. It is now announced that the ...

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