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Policy Analysis Initiative - Michigan

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9/12/2017 Secretary of Education Betsy Devos Vows to Review and Repeal Obama-Era Sexual Assault Guidelines
6/20/2017 University of Michigan Offers Free Tuition for Low-Income Students
2/28/2017 Common Core Debated Anew in Michigan House
12/1/2016 Senate attempts to push pension reform through lame duck session
6/15/2016 Michigan lawmakers debate third-grade retention policy
6/15/2016 Legislature passes controversial DPS rescue plan
5/5/2016 Threat of unpaid teachers prompts more DPS sickouts, prompting state legislators to revisit long-term solutions
3/23/2016 Scheduling and its Effects on Teaching and Learning
1/15/2016 “Sickout” Protests Underscore Poor Building Conditions, Financial Crisis in Detroit Public Schools
1/15/2016 New Teacher Evaluation Law in Michigan
6/30/2015 Michigan Decline in Reading Scores and the Value of Liberal Arts Curriculum
6/30/2015 Consequences for Students Who Opt Out of the M-STEP
6/9/2015 State Sets Ambitious Goals for Third-Grade Reading
6/9/2015 Senate Republicans Make Misguided Push for Mandated Reading of Primary Source Documents
2/24/2015 Mid Winter 2015 Michigan Higher Education
2/11/2015 Michigan Switching from ACT to SAT for 2016-2017
11/20/2014 ECS Blueprint State Profile: Michigan
11/20/2014 Michigan replaces MEAP with M-STEP
10/16/2014 Multiple reports claim less state funding reaching Michigan classrooms
11/4/2013 Defacto Privatization

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