Michigan Study Says Districts That Spend More Do Better
The study, lauded by Democrats, suggests that the most successful schools in the state spent at least $8,667 per student during the 2013-14 school year.
In a bidding process mired by partisan favoritism, the Michigan legislature chose a Colorado-based firm to conduct a recently released review of its public education spending and outcomes. The study, lauded by Democrats, suggests that the most successful schools in the state spent at least $8,667 per student during the 2013-14 school year. (The Detroit News)
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