The Center for Michigan
Join us for this half-day morning conference on Michigan’s education performance crisis and what to do about it.
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Don’t miss this half-day morning conference on Michigan’s education performance crisis and what to do about it.
These summits will identify and outline potential solutions to the state’s most pressing issues, amplify expert discussion of those public issues, give the audience an opportunity to ask questions of these experts, and set a fact- and data-driven tone for the 2018 statewide elections.
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How the Center for Michigan and Bridge Magazine will engage citizens and amplify critical issues facing our state in this important election year.
From ballot issues voters may face in November to big questions about our lagging schools, infrastructure and the future of cities, the March conferences will explore solutions to urgent issues elected leaders will face.
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Bridge welcomes three new journalists to bolster our Lansing watchdog beat, coverage of Michigan’s environment and natural resources economy and our statewide social media and audience reach.
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Bridge Magazine is grateful for your readership and the support of nearly 3,000 readers who’ve donated this year
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