What the government sells to schools – and what it wants schools to feed children – are not the same thing. Hence, unused food and wasted money.
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When it comes to their priorities Republicans have no problem outspending the rest of the world.
I was at the Governor’s Summit. I scratched my head because I knew that wasn’t what Flanagan had meant-or even said.
That collective yawn you hear is the media’s reaction to the University of Michigan’s own “skunk works” to find a new president.
It is the very capitalism that Republicans hold up as the answer to our lagging test scores that is the problem.
Today, Governor Snyder meets in Lansing with over 500 educators for his annual “Governor’s Education Summit.”
The New Educational Achievement Authority in Detroit has reported major problems.
In 2006, Michigan high school graduation requirements were changed in an effort to better prepare students for college and the workplace.
It says a lot about the state of our education establishment that the governor himself has to explain to superintendents where they can save money.
Michigan legislators will soon vote on two bills—of very different natures—that will determine education policy in the state.