Research and analysis by Mackinac Center education policy experts featured prominently in the Detroit Free Press Sunday.

Education Policy Director Michael Van Beek wrote in an Op-Ed about conventional school districts that are potentially breaking the law by trying to cherry-pick academically talented students who want to enroll via a schools-of-choice program.

And in a story about the possible consolidation of the Ypsilanti and Willow Run school districts, Adjunct Fellow Andrew Coulson’s study “School District Consolidation, Size and Spending: an Evaluation,” is cited.


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