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Michigan

Governor

Governor Rick Snyder (R)

Rick Snyder

Gov. Snyder has supported and signed into law the lifting and eventual elimination of Michigan’s charter school cap and expanding opportunities to grow cyber charter schools. Despite signing into law a teacher reform bill, his administration actively fought against it trying to significantly water down the strong reforms the bill included which eliminated last-in-first-out teacher hiring policy, extended the probationary tenure period from four to five years, required that teachers remain effective to keep tenure, and required that parents must be notified if an ineffective teacher is their child’s classroom instructor.

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