A state House Republican on funding for Michigan schools this fall
July 30, 2020 – Michigan House Republican policy advisor Brad Wever checks in with the COVID313 Town Hall. He gives an update on the education budget in Lansing.
In this COVID313 highlight he says action is expected to start again in the next week or so and he has not heard of any funding differences based on whether students learn online or in person in schools.
Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall event for Families and Students every Thursday starting at 12 noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy. You can watch live through the Detroit Public Television Facebook Page.
You can watch live through the Detroit Public Television Facebook Page.
Responding to hot-button issues as Detroit students plan their return this fall
Threats of teacher strikes, a few cases of COVID-19 in the Detroit Public Schools Community District, and when do parents and students need to decide whether they’ll be attending school or studying online?
DPSCD Assistant Superintendent Sharlonda Buckman has the latest in this COVID313 highlight, along with Detroit charter school operator Ralph Bland, CEO of New Paradigm for Education.