A Primer on Michigan School Finance

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Wayne State University Press, 2002 - Education - 67 pages
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A valuable resource aimed at helping Michigan citizens and legislators understand the state's K-12 school finance system. The authors focus on key issues, addressing among other things questions about the sources of Michigan's public school funding and the basis for allocating funds.

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Philip Kearney worked as a United Nations trial attorney and prosecuted the former prime minister ofA Kosovo for crimes againstA humanity. A fourth generation San Franciscan, Kearney graduated from the University of California at Davis and went on to earn a doctorate in law at the Hastings campus of the University of California. He spent seventeen years working as a prosecutor in the San Francisco District Attorney's Office beforeA joining the U.N. mission inA Kosovo in 2001 as an international prosecutor. This is his first book.

Michael F. Addonizio is Associate Professor of Educational Administration at Wayne State University.

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