In Michigan, parents mobilize to fill in funding gaps

03/9/2004 | Detroit News, The

According to the first-ever survey of parent groups' fund raising in Michigan, about 400 organizations raised $8 million in 2002 to help cover cuts in state spending for districts. Some analysts say such fund raising widens the gap between rich and poor districts and prevents the state from being held accountable for adequately funding public schools.

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