The 2022 election was a monumental one in Michigan, with Democrats taking control of all the levers of state government for the first time in four decades. In this special episode of Disruption Junction, we look at how the election played out in terms of education issues. Was education really a top-of-mind issue for voters, and if so, how? And now that the Democrats are in full control, what will this mean for K-12 education and charter schools in Michigan?
We're joined by some special guests for this podcast:
- Dan Quisenberry, President of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA)
- Alicia Urbain, Vice President of Governmental and Legal Affairs at MAPSA
- Adrian Hemond, a Democratic strategist and CEO of Grassroots Midwest
- John Sellek, a Republican strategist and CEO of Harbor Strategic Public Affairs
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