Don't Put Corporations Ahead of Kids
Michigan politicians are on the verge of making a big mistake—diverting our tax dollars away from public schools and into the hands of unaccountable, for-profit corporations. Under the proposed Senate Bill 619, Michigan would allow more so-called "cyber schools" to take over education from our neighborhood schools.
The fact is, these "cyber schools" don't work—they don't deliver a better education to kids and they don't save the state money. The only real winners from shifting kids from neighborhood schools to "cyber schools" are the big-money corporations that profit from these online programs.
Tell your state legislators not to put corporate profits ahead of the education our kids need.