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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

Happy Tax Freedom Day, Michigan!

It took Michiganders 105 days to earn enough income to pay all their taxes

It took Michiganders 105 days to earn enough income to pay all their taxes this year.

Charter School Critique Misses the Mark

Different approach needed to enhance student diversity

Different approach needed to enhance student diversity

Say No to Business Subsidies

Michigan should sign onto an interstate compact to eliminate corporate welfare

Michigan should sign onto an interstate compact to eliminate corporate welfare

Sunny With a Chance of Apocalypse

Consumers Energy should produce affordable, reliable energy

Consumers Energy should produce affordable, reliable energy

Call to Roll Back Third-Grade Reading Law Misguided

State should follow through and replicate successful reforms to boost reading

State should follow through and replicate successful reforms to boost reading