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Thu April 28, 2011
How Governor Snyder's education plan is playing
Yesterday, governor Rick Snyder presented his plan for education reform at an event in Detroit.
We asked Susan Demas, a political analyst for the Michigan Information and Research Service, and Ken Sikkema, a former Republican state Senate Majority Leader and Senior Policy fellow at Public Sector Consultants to take a look at the political implications of that plan.
You can listen to my interview with them here: