Republicans Continue Education Policy Debate

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Republican Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and Republican lawmakers continue to promote their education policy proposals.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley is scheduled to discuss the administration's education proposals Wednesday at a Lansing conference hosted by The Center for Charter Schools at Central Michigan University.
The Republican leaders of committees dealing with education policy also are scheduled to attend.
The conference comes as lawmakers are debating multiple bills related to education policy in the state Legislature. A package of bills in a Senate committee would let students transfer to other schools more easily and have a broader choice of charter schools and online learning options.


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  • by Anon on Sep 28, 2011 at 03:17 AM
    I am so glad we decided to take our kids out of the public school system. We need to call it government school which is exactly what it is. Parents, stop handing your kids over to the state. There are much better ways to educate our kids. There are so many options available today even for parents who work. It can be done!
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