With National School Choice Week just completed, Education Policy Director Michael Van Beek writes in The Detroit News that school choice has benefited Michigan students, in particular the performance of charter public schools as evidenced by the results of a recent Stanford University study.

In the Lansing State Journal, Michael Horn and Meg Evans of Innosight Institute, who have partnered with the Center on the issue of virtual learning, write about proposed changes to the school aid formula that would expand school choice and offer students and parents even more options.


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