AP Story on Teacher Opt Outs Goes National

More than 100 news outlets have coverage

An Associated Press story about teachers opting out of the Michigan Education Association this month has drawn large-scale attention, appearing in more than 100 news outlets around the country, including The Detroit NewsHuffington Post, Education Week, Bloomberg Businessweek, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Antonio News-Express, Townhall, the Las Vegas Sun, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Investor’s Business Daily, the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, the Houston Chronicle, the Albany Times-Union, Salon, Crain’s Detroit Business, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, WJRT-TV12 in Flint and WILX-TV10 in Lansing.

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