Michigan Public Radio recently turned to Education Policy Director Mike Van Beek to explain some of the issues surrounding funding for Michigan's public schools, which some seem to constantly claim are underfunded, despite evidence to the contrary.

Van Beek discussed his research on the costs of school health insurance plans, and has also examined some of the common myths about public school funding.

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