The Mackinac Center released today the full results of the 2011 school support services privatization survey. For the first time, more than half of the state’s public school districts contract out for food, custodial or transportation services. This survey contains a more detailed analysis of the results.

It includes:

  • Lists of districts that contracted out this year
  • Savings estimates from these districts where available
  • Trend analyses for each service
  • Breakdown of satisfaction
  • In-housing reports
  • Map of school districts that contract out food, custodial or transportation services
  • Overview of service-sharing among districts in Michigan.
  • Read the full report here.

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