Mich. Ed. Roundup – Dec 20
Working to improve Michigan’s schools
We know one thing we have in common with our newsletter readers: we’re all passionate about improving Michigan’s public schools.
That’s why we are working hard every day at the Education Trust-Midwest to ensure that every Michigan student has access to a great public education.
Our work has become even more influential over the last year, reaching hundreds of thousands of Americans through media outlets including The New York Times and other outlets. ETM’s reports have been cited in debates in Congress and influenced critical conversations about the future of public education, in Michigan and across the country.
No one else serves as the trusted non-partisan center for education expertise, data and analysis for Michigan. We are leading the conversation on how to make Michigan a top ten education state for all students.
This work isn’t easy, but it is critical for making sure that every Michigan student achieves.
As the end of the year approaches, we hope that you will consider making a tax-deductible donation to support the work of the Education Trust-Midwest. Together, we can make a difference and make sure that all Michigan students have access to the high-quality schools and teachers that they need and deserve.
- Education bus hits the road for the 6th straight year – Marc E. Fitch, Yankee Institute for Public Policy
- Letter: What does it cost to teach a student – Doug Maibach, The Detroit News
- Column: State must invest in special ed – Matthew Gillard, The Detroit News