FUNDING

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How much Federal relief funding is your district getting?

Michigan is receiving a historic $6 billion in Federal COVID relief funding for education to help schools that have struggled through the pandemic.
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HOW MUCH FEDERAL RELIEF FUNDING IS YOUR DISTRICT GETTING?

Michigan is receiving a historic $6 billion in Federal COVID relief funding for education to help schools that have struggled through the pandemic. Much of this funding is being passed onto local school districts. Find your district below to see how much is available in your community.

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SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE 2022 INFO

MEJC sent questionnaires to school board candidates to learn more about where they stand on issues of equity and high academic performance.

Please select below the School District you're searching for from the dropdown menu. Once you find the School Board Candidate you're looking for, hover over their information and select View Details.

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VOTING
INFORMATION

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Education issues are up and down every ballot and it's critically important we show up and show out for education justice issues!

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KEY
DATES

  • October 18, 2022: Last recommended day to request Absentee Ballot
  • October 24: Last day to register to vote online
  • October 24: Last day to return Absentee Ballot by mail
  • November 8, 2022: Election day, Last day to register in person

FIND YOUR
DISTRICT

FIND CANDIDATE
RESPONSES
IN YOUR DISTRICT SCHOOL

Click the tabs below to find your school district.

Need to register to vote? Have questions about early voting? Plan your vote today by visiting michiganvoting.org.

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Join the Fight for Equitable Funding for Michigan's Public Schools!

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For years, Michigan's schools have been chronically underfunded.

Research tells us that we need to spend about $4 billion more each year in order to educate every student fully and fairly.

Beyond full and fair funding, students, teachers, family members and other caregivers need to have a voice in how funding is used to transform our schools. In the past year, we've held listening sessions and conducted surveys to find out what communities really think about what schools need to help students succeed.

We're just getting started. We have to be ready to push back against those who are seeking to undermine Michigan's public schools for their own agenda and profits.

Which side are you on?

Pledge your support for full and fair school funding of Michigan's schools!