Elizabeth Moser is a former Education Research Associate of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, an independent, nonprofit research and educational institute located in Midland, Michigan. Moser also served as the Managing Editor of Michigan Education Report, a quarterly journal focused on K-12 education issues in the state of Michigan, and Managing Editor of Michigan Education Digest, a weekly email education news update. In addition, Moser served as the director for the 2002 Mackinac Center for Public Policy Debate Workshops.

A former Mackinac Center intern, Moser previously served as an Executive Assistant and Program Coordinator for two non-profit organizations, planning conferences for high school students and producing voter information.

Moser is an honors graduate of James Madison College at Michigan State University, with a degree in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy.

By Elizabeth Moser

The Six Habits of Fiscally Responsible Public School Districts

An Assessment of What Michigan Public School Districts Can Do to Save Money Without Laying Off Teachers or Other Essential Staff … more

Michigan Education Report (2001-03)

Edison Schools Stirs Controversy in Inkster

Edison-Inkster also has implemented a longer school day and school year for the district. … more

Michigan Education Report (2001-02)

Computing the Savings: Detroit Schools Privatize Information Technology

Detroit Public Schools has contracted with Compuware Corp., a computer software and services company, to manage the district's costly and inefficient information technology services. … more

Michigan Education Report (2001-01)

Michigan Education Report (2000-04)

Michigan businesses and institutions of higher learning are paying an estimated $601 million per year due to the lack of basic reading, writing, and math skills among students and employees, according to a study released in September by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. … more

Michigan Education Report (2000-03)

In May, more than 100 business leaders, philanthropists, and others gathered in Grand Rapids for the sixth annual Investors Summit meeting of Children First CEO America, the nation's largest provider of "opportunity scholarships"partial scholarships for children of low-income parents, financed by private-sector contributors. … more

Privatization 101: Public Schools Outsource to Student-Run Stores