Features and Highlights

Michigan Education Digest

Employee school choice, free speech case, Kentwood strike news  … more

The Unkindest Cut?

A recent series of newspaper articles on federal tax cuts omitted some larger truths.  … more

Special Ed Surplus

Has Michigan's funding system caused too many kids to be termed "disabled"? … more

Fewer Students = More Money?

This equation doesn't work. Public schools should cut costs. … more

Storm Drain

Ivan, Charley, Frances and Jeanne really belong to the Jets and the Sharks. … more

Michigan Education Digest

Kentwood district deadlock, Milwaukee voucher study, suspended Internet grants. … more

Freeing to Choose

School-choice advocates gather at the Cato Institute to discuss the education marketplace of the future. … more

An Anchor to Windward

John Riecker, an honored friend of the Mackinac Center, discusses its special intellectual role. … more

Honoring John and Ranny Riecker

The Mackinac Center dedicates its board room to two exemplars of de Tocqueville's America. … more

From Threat to Friend

As bad as it is, the state's Toyota deal has a silver lining. … more

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