Michigan looking to improve education, survey

Michigan is looking to hear from parents on improving education for their children.

They’ve sent out a link for parents to fill out.

It’s called the “MI Parent Survey” and is available online.

WNDU reports that Michigan parents of pre-K through 12th grade students are invited to comment on what is working well for their kids and what the state should work toward in the future.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer says that the state needs the impute of parents to help kids thrive in school.

The survey takes around six minutes to complete and will be open until Monday.

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