In this photo taken May 9, 2012, Dillon Elledge, 8, right, and Brody Kemble, 7, second from right, work with flash cards in their all-boys classroom at Middleton Heights Elementary in Middleton, Idaho. Middleton is believed to be the only public school in Idaho offering all-boy and all-girl classrooms, though the movement is widespread in other states and is now being targeted by the American Civil Liberties Union in a bitter struggle over whether single-gender learning should be continued. (AP Photo/Jessie L. Bonner).
LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Gov. Rick Snyder has turned the job of rewriting Michigan's 1979 school aid act over to the Oxford Foundation-Michigan.
The group plans to hold its first hearing at 10 a.m. Tuesday in downtown Lansing.
Coordinator Richard McLellan says the Republican governor wants an updated law that reflects the Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace public school learning model he supports. The law is rewritten each year with the school aid budget.
McLellan says the effort won't affect school funding.
He says as many as 90 people will attend the initial hearing. A draft is expected to be completed in October and the final draft given to Snyder in late fall as he prepares his 2013 budget.
The group has a page on Facebook.