The Education Policy Forum provides a space for collecting and disseminating research by Michigan State University scholars on policy issues affecting education. This includes briefs, working papers, reports and blogs published by MSU in connection to faculty and students in the Education Policy PhD program and through the former Education Policy Center.
- Michigan School Finance At The Crossroads: A Quarter Century Of State Control
David Arsen, Tanner Delpier, and Jesse Nagel
Related Policy Brief: Does Money Matter in Education? Reconsidering an Old Question with Reference to Michigan
Briefs provide short, research-based perspectives on specific issues related to education policy of interest to policy makers.
|Does Money Matter in Education? Reconsidering an Old Question with Reference to Michigan||Tanner Delpier, Jesse Nagel, Kelly Stec, Alounso Gilzene, David Arsen||Jan 2019|
|Pending Changes to Teacher and Administrator Professional Development and Continuing Education||Mason, Mary||May 2016|
|The Financial Crisis in Detroit Public Schools: A Video Policy Brief||Arsen, David||May 2016|
Working Papers present ongoing research by faculty associates on a variety of topics related to education policy. These conference papers, public presentations, or early drafts of journal articles are meant to engage and enrich ongoing discussions and debates on important education issues at the local, state, and national levels.