Governor's $280M Tutoring Investment Proposal

Proposes a $280 million spending investment to vet and pay tutors in an effort to help Michigan students recover from pandemic learning loss. The Governor’s proposal, which requires approval from Republican lawmakers, includes spending state dollars to run background checks on potential tutors and pay them for their work with students. Tutoring programs could run before, during, or after school.
State
Michigan
Status
Proposed
Date of Status