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Published: 07/20/2015
Government, private sector & philanthropy are working together to improve educational system, strengthen Michigan’s workforce and bolster state’s economy.
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News
Published: 10/06/2014
“Education Matters: Student Achievement for Life-Long Success” drew more than 120 attendees, including foundation and nonprofit leaders, state legislators, MI Department of Education officials, school officials and local government and business leaders to Lansing.
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News type: Newswire
Topic: Education
Funding Area: Education



News
Published: 10/06/2014
National experts shared recommendations for Michigan education reform.
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News type: Newswire
Topic: Education



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Published: 10/06/2014
Kati Haycock, Education Trust President/CEO says Michigan is on the path to educational recovery.
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Topic: Education
Funding Area: Education



News
Published: 10/06/2014
Ron Walker, executive director of the Boston-based Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (COSEBOC), says change "must happen now!”
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News type: Newswire
Topic: Education
Funding Area: Education



Resource
Released: 10/2013

This paper contains a detailed and up-to-date lay of the land on teacher evaluation policies across 50 states, an in-depth look at policy in states promising ambitious teacher evaluation systems and a compliation of some of the important lessons learned.

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Resource Type: External LinkReport
Topic: Evaluation
Funding Area: Education



Resource
Released: 05/2013

The Michigan Department of Education, Office of Great Start, published Michigan’s comprehensive plan for early learning and development in May 2013.

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Resource Type: Report



Resource
Released: 01/2015

Low income students are now a majority of the schoolchildren attending the nation’s public schools, according to this research bulletin. The latest data collected from the states by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), show that 51 percent of the students across the nation’s public schools were low income in 2013.

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Resource Type: Research
Topic: Education



Resource
Released: 02/2015

For over a decade, the Schott Foundation’s efforts to collect and publish national data on the four-year graduation rates for Black males compared to other sub-groups has been to highlight how the persistent systemic disparity in opportunity creates a climate and perception of a population who is less valued.

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Resource Type: Report
Funding Area: Education



Resource
Released: 06/2015

Michigan needs to focus relentlessly on improving education from cradle to career.

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