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Wed April 23, 2014
State legislators debate expanding state's controversial Education Achievement Authority
Michigan Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville says he hopes there will be a final vote this week on a bill to expand the state’s controversial Education Achievement Authority.
That’s the state-run authority meant to turn around some of Michigan’s lowest-performing schools. Right now, the EAA runs 15 schools in Detroit. The bill would pave the way for it to expand up to 50 schools statewide.
Michigan Public Radio Network’s Lansing reporter Jake Neher joined us to talk about the EAA.
Listen to the full interview above.
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