How is the Middle Cities Education Association advocating for Michigan children?

May 13, 2018

 

MCEA works to create a better understanding and support for the needs of urban school districts within state and federal government.  MCEA staff monitor legislation and programs to provide information on the latest developments affecting member districts. MCEA also develops solutions to address current issues, coordinating with other stakeholders to generate support for policies to better serve the needs of urban students. Middle Cities has been especially active in school restructuring, finance and education reform efforts. A number of MCEA school district representatives and MCEA staff members serve on state policy committees and advisory groups, thereby affording Middle Cities direct input into state-level decision making.

 

Close the Opportunity Gap

COG is a group of school districts, organizations, and interested individuals working together to close the opportunity gap for Michigan’s students.

 

Poverty Matters

An advocacy campaign focused on educating the public about the unique needs of at-risk students and advocating for increased 31-A funding for at-risk K-12 students.

 

Michigan Schools Energy Cooperative

A not-for-profit cooperative that helps member school districts across Michigan procure affordable natural gas and electric power.

 

School Energy Choice

A project aimed at educating the Michigan Legislature about the importance of the Electric Choice Program to Michigan's public schools. 

 

For more details, visit our Advocacy page.

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MIDDLE CITIES EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

 

Address: 826 Municipal Way, Lansing, MI 48917 

Phone: 517.492.1380  |  Fax: 517.492.1368

Email: contact@middlecities.org

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