School funding data: Step One

In a recent Mining Journal interview, Gov. Rick Snyder said Michigan should expand Career and Technical Education opportunities, such as computer-aided design, engineering and welding in Michigan’s public schools. Without question, these skills open a world of potential career options for our students, including those not bound for a four-year college.

But what would it cost to provide Career and Technical Education to all Michigan students, regardless of their location, income, learning challenges or other circumstances?

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