Two-thirds of Michigan’s conventional public school districts now contract out for at least one of the three main noninstructional support services—custodial, food or transportation—according to the Mackinac Center for Public Policy’s 2013 School Privatization Survey. That is up from 60 percent in 2012 and more than double from 2001, when the Center’s first survey found that 31 percent of districts privatized one or more of those services. “In just a ...
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