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Charter Schools Get Real Short End of Funding Stick

Lawmakers should narrow the funding gap between charter and district schools

Lawmakers should narrow the funding gap between charter and district schools

Those Who Do Not Learn from History…

Years of bad economic development deals haven't prevented politicians from trying again

Years of bad economic development deals haven't prevented politicians from trying again

The Animus Behind Michigan’s Anti-Aid Amendment

When families most need education options, bigoted provision stands in the way

When families most need education options, bigoted provision stands in the way

Giving Credit to the Dog That Didn’t Bark

Legislators deserve praise for refusing to authorize more corporate handouts

Legislators deserve praise for refusing to authorize more corporate handouts

K-12 School Outbreaks Should Be Made Public Quickly

Mackinac Center joins letter urging Whitmer to be more transparent

Mackinac Center joins letter urging Whitmer to be more transparent

Gov. Whitmer’s Mystery Science and Theaters

Public pleading seems the most influential factor in governor’s decisions

Public pleading seems the most influential factor in governor’s decisions

Epidemic Related Insurance Bills

August 28 MichiganVotes Roll Call Report

August 28 MichiganVotes Roll Call Report

Raise a Toast to Alcohol Reform

Removing restrictions on to-go sales helps bars and restaurants stay in business

Removing restrictions on to-go sales helps bars and restaurants stay in business

Stop Punishing Educational Success

Families are the victims of funding the system rather than the student

Families are the victims of funding the system rather than the student

When Public Servants Mislead the Public

There is money to cut in the budget and not every dollar is “essential"

There is money to cut in the budget and not every dollar is “essential"

A New and Improved Unemployment Insurance System

There's a better way to help people through unemployment than the current system

There's a better way to help people through unemployment than the current system

The Façade is Falling

Environmental researchers and activists are rebelling

Environmental researchers and activists are rebelling

Give Learning Pads a Chance

Don’t limit the micro-school option to families who can afford it

Don’t limit the micro-school option to families who can afford it

Cut the Budget, Raise Taxes or Wait

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate

Universities or Roads?

A comparison of what a little extra revenue provides to residents

A comparison of what a little extra revenue provides to residents

And Another Thing About Roads...

Lawmakers can fix the roads without raising taxes

Lawmakers can fix the roads without raising taxes

Overselling Whitmer’s Education Budget

Increase in line with years past, not 'game-changing' and 'historic'

Increase in line with years past, not “game-changing” and “historic”

Should Educator Evaluations Trust Data More?

Study raises questions about bias in judging teacher performance

Study raises questions about bias in judging teacher performance

There is Waste in Michigan’s Budget

Not all of it can be cut immediately, but some can redirected to roads now

Not all of it can be cut immediately, but some can redirected to roads now

New High School Rankings Need More Context

Selective admission campuses top U.S. News’ list in Michigan

Selective admission campuses top U.S. News’ list in Michigan

Dues Skimming Meets Its Demise

Federal rule ends a union's ability to involuntarily take money from home health care givers

Federal rule ends a union's ability to involuntarily take money from home health care givers

Hike Taxes — Or Just Wait A Half Year

Budget growth can mean more money for roads without tax hikes

Budget growth can mean more money for roads without tax hikes

Critique of CAP Report Card Fires Blanks

Report card still valuable despite list of complaints from MSU professor

Report card still valuable despite list of complaints from MSU professor