The Michigan Civil Rights Commission released a 62-page report Wednesday, Sept. 30, describing inequities in Michigan’s K-12 education system. The report also detailed recommendations for policy makers and educators to implement to make achieving educational equity a priority in all Michigan schools.
The adoption of the report passed unanimously at a Wednesday Michigan Civil Rights Commission meeting.
Stacie Clayton, Chair of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission, said the report revealed a “significant lack of equity” in Michigan’s K-12 education system.
“This Commission believes that an adequate education is the key to unlocking a lifetime of opportunities and also is a