With the 2022 election behind us now, Democrats – who are largely influenced by the teachers’ unions – are fully in control in Lansing. What messages did the voters deliver, and what will the new power structure mean for charter schools, parents and K-12 education in Michigan? We tackled this topic in front of a standing-room-only live audience at the 2022 Michigan Charter School Symposium and even took some questions from the crowd. The result was a no-holds-barred discussion that was lively and informative.
- Bernita Bradley of Detroit, the Parent Voice Director of the National Parent Union.
- Kayla Campbell, elementary educator and literacy specialist at Creative Technologies Academy, a charter school in Cedar Springs.
- Julie Bucholtz, Academic Assessment Specialist at the Lake Superior State University Charter Schools office in Sault Ste. Marie.
- Dan Quisenberry, President of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA).
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