An Op-Ed by the Center's James Hohman and Eric Imhoff in today's Detroit News highlights the millions of dollars public schools can save by privatizing noninstructional services.

Hohman and Imhoff recently completed the Center's 2009 school privatization survey, in which 100 percent of conventional public school districts cooperated by answering questions about privatized services and money saved.


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