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January 26, 2024

Muskegon Heights, yes; Highland Park, no. Michigan school debt relief policy is unfair.

Unfair treatment of legacy K-12 debt relief? Closing schools due to population decline? In the first of a two-part podcast, Chalkbeat Detroit bureau chief Lori Higgins speaks with research director Craig Thiel about current K-12 issues flying under the radar, such as why the state has stepped in to rescue some current and former distressed school districts from legacy debt while excluding others and no apparent cohesive plan moving forward.

Muskegon Heights, yes; Highland Park, no. Michigan school debt relief policy is unfair.

Unfair treatment of legacy K-12 debt relief? Closing schools due to population decline? In the first of a two-part podcast, Chalkbeat Detroit bureau chief Lori Higgins speaks with research director Craig Thiel about current K-12 issues flying under the radar, such as why the state has stepped in to rescue some current and former distressed school districts from legacy debt while excluding others and no apparent cohesive plan moving forward.
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