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Michigan public schools privatizing teachers ‘very real’ possibility, state lawmaker says


The privatization of public education in Michigan is a “very real” possibility, a state lawmaker said Monday, the Kalamazoo Gazette reports. At a town hall forum in Kalamazoo, Democratic state Sen. Bert Johnson said the movement is being driven “by money” at a time when the state’s districts face a $300-per-student budget cut — a total of almost $500 million across the state…

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