Experts: Federal Help A Must To Safely Reopen Michigan Schools
COVID-19 And Michigan Public Schools: What Do We Need To Get Schools Back In Session This Fall?
COVID-19 And Michigan Public Schools: What Do We Need To Get Schools Back In Session This Fall?Posted by Neighbors for public schools on Thursday, June 18, 2020
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Like many other states, Michigan has seen a significant decline in funding for education during the past two decades. Neighbors for Public Schools is committed to understanding and educating the public on how federal and state public policy impact our children and public schools.
Experts weighed in today on the challenges Michigan public schools face as they look to reopen this fall. The webinar, “COVID-19 And Michigan Public Schools: What Do We Need To Get Schools Back In Session This Fall,” was hosted by the non-profit, Neighbors for Public Schools.Read More
The coronavirus is likely to balloon into the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, and its impact is being felt especially on public schools. In the coming year and beyond, the financial damage to public schools could wind up being historically unprecedented.Read More