Mich. Ed. Roundup – Dec 14
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- Embrace data-based ed solutions – Amber Arellano & Brian Gutman, The Detroit News
- Education Plan Missing Honest Data, High Goals & Accountability – Brian Gutman, Detroit School Talk
- Copy best practices to improve schools – The Detroit News
- For Students With Disabilities, Quality of Education Can Depend on ZIP Code – Rebecca Klein, HuffPost