For the first time in four decades, Democrats are in charge of all branches of Michigan's state government - and they're promising big changes in K-12 education. But with children reeling from three years of pandemic-interrupted learning loss, what should their REAL priorities be? Why is it bad policy to target charter school students and parents? As always, our hosts have a no-holds-barred discussion.
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).