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Thu August 4, 2011
Snyder announces members to new Education Achievement System
Governor Snyder has announced the appointment of 11 people to the board of the new Education Achievement System. Back in June, Snyder announced the creation of the EAS which will take over and run Michigan’s lowest performing schools, beginning in Detroit.
From the Associated Press:
Two members were appointed by the Detroit Public Schools, two by Eastern Michigan University and seven by the governor.
The Detroit school appointees are emergency financial manager, Roy Roberts and Detroit Parents Network director Sharlotta Buckman.
The Eastern Michigan appointees are American Electric Power chief Mike Morris and university regent Jim Stapleton.
The gubernatorial appointees are Detroit Medical Center chief Mike Duggan, Skillman Foundation chief Carol Goss, the Rev. Joseph Jordan of Hamtramck's Corinthian Baptist Church, Meijer president Mark Murray, VITEC chief William Pickard, New Detroit chief Shirley Stancato and Lansing Community College associate vice president Judith Berry.
The Education Achievement System will begin in the 2012-2013 school year.