Governor’s Office: Parents speak out on EAA

Parents and Educators Speak Out on EAA

Parents and Educators Speak Out on EAA

Do you know that last year, 238 Michigan high schools did not produce a single student proficient in math or reading, yet every one of those schools is accredited?

Tragically, we’re failing many of our students, and they’re crying out for help. There’s a new tool that can offer those students hope — the Education Achievement Authority — and it’s already bringing results to many of our struggling schools.

In this series of videos, parents and educators speak out about the impact of the Education Achievement Authority in their school and explain the results firsthand.

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