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September 8, 2015

Making Michigan a Top 10 Education State: Addressing School Funding Challenges

Date: September 8, 2015
Speaker: Craig Thiel
Venue: State Board of Education
Topic: Making Michigan a Top 10 Education State: Addressing School Funding Challenges

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Craig Thiel

Research Director

Craig is the Research Council’s Research Director and primary researcher of education and school finance issues. Prior to becoming Research Director, Craig served as the Director of State Affairs and as a Senior Research Associate. During his graduate school studies, he worked for the Council as a Lent Upson-Loren Miller Fellow from 1993 to 1995. Before joining the Council in 2006, Craig worked for ten years as a fiscal analyst at both the Senate Fiscal Agency and the House Fiscal Agency. Before his time with the Michigan Legislature, Craig served as a Governor’s Management Intern in the Department of State, Office of Policy and Planning from 1995 to 1997. Craig began his working career with the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Chicago in 1991.

Making Michigan a Top 10 Education State: Addressing School Funding Challenges

Date: September 8, 2015
Speaker: Craig Thiel
Venue: State Board of Education
Topic: Making Michigan a Top 10 Education State: Addressing School Funding Challenges

Research Director

About The Author

Craig Thiel

Research Director

Craig is the Research Council’s Research Director and primary researcher of education and school finance issues. Prior to becoming Research Director, Craig served as the Director of State Affairs and as a Senior Research Associate. During his graduate school studies, he worked for the Council as a Lent Upson-Loren Miller Fellow from 1993 to 1995. Before joining the Council in 2006, Craig worked for ten years as a fiscal analyst at both the Senate Fiscal Agency and the House Fiscal Agency. Before his time with the Michigan Legislature, Craig served as a Governor’s Management Intern in the Department of State, Office of Policy and Planning from 1995 to 1997. Craig began his working career with the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Chicago in 1991.

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