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Michigan has:
0 educational choice programs | 83 additional resources

  • Why doesn't Michigan have an educational choice program?

    A state lawmaker called on the state to amend its constitution to allow for private school choice in 2014. The Michigan constitution does not permit parents to use their children’s public funding at private schools. If you would like to learn more about school choice in other states, search our School Choice in America Dashboard.

  • Is anyone trying to propose an educational choice program in Michigan now?

    Yes. The Mackinac Center and Michigan Catholic Conference are continuing to promote private school choice through a constitutional amendment. However, such a proposal has not been introduced in the legislature. Gov. Rick Snyder (R) has yet to state whether he would support a constitutional amendment allowing private school choice. For more information on the school choice movement in Michigan, contact our state team.

  • Want to get involved in efforts to create Michigan's first educational choice program?

    We pride ourselves on our ability to connect advocates who want to advance school choice in their state. Contact our state team to get involved.

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