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Charter schools are doing amazing things for kids - and we want that to be reflected in the funding they receive. Use this information to help us achieve equitable funding for ALL students.
Despite an average 20% less funding per pupil, Michigan charter schools are succeeding.
Higher RETURN ON INVESTMENT compared to traditional public schools. That's an average $2.63 increase per dollar spent.
Or 20% LESS. That's how much, on average, Michigan charter schools recieve compared to traditional public schools.
More EFFICIENT. The average charter school is over 30% more efficient than traditional public schools in the same city.
The 2019-2020 School-Aid Budget cycle is a critical time to ensure lawmakers hear from real charter parents, educators and avocates. Don't miss these key dates.
At this time, the Governor introduces the initial 2019 State Budget. The State Budget Director will then provide a broad overview
The K12 School-Aid Subcommittee will commence hearings, during which the Chair of the subcommittee discusses topics that impact various education topics as they consider funding. These hearings will run through
The Michigan House and Senate will pass their First Budgets, which include their priorities, respectively, for school aid funding.
During the Estimating Revenue Conference, lawmakers create budget targets which are reviewed by conference committees on the
Budget details are worked out in school aid conference committees for the final budget process.
Taking the details established in the school-aid committees at the Estimating Revenue Conference, the final budget reports are passed by the House and the Senate.
The Governor signs the final 2018 State Budget into effect.
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