Mackinac Center for Public Policy

Revenues and Spending of Michigan’s Urban, Suburban, Town and Rural school Districts

Michael Van Beek

In the passionate debates over providing equal educational opportunity for all children, it’s frequently argued that large financial inequities create challenges for many public schools,

School Choice in Michigan: A Primer for Freedom in Education (part 1)

Matthew J. Brouillette
July 1, 1999

Then modem debate over school choice-the right, freedom.

A Mixed Message to Children

Samuel Walker
January 1, 2001
In this Viewpoint on Public Issues, Samuel Walker notes that saying no to drugs is undermined by saying yes to Ritalin.

Mandatory Reporting of Medical Errors: Policy Malpractices?

Dr. Alfredo G. Esposto
May 8, 2000

In summary, President Clinton and other politicians have greeted the releases of a report on deaths causedby medical errors with calls for greater government oversight of doctors and ho

Worried to Death

Stephen Moore
March 1, 1999

In spite of sensationalized news reporting of disasters, the world is a safer place than it used to be.

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