Bayer echoes Whitmer’s push for educational opportunities

LANSING — Sen. Rosemary Bayer (D–Beverly Hills) has issued the following statement on Gov. Whitmer’s State of the State address, in which she talked about her commitment to expanding educational opportunities for Michiganders: 

“Michigan’s schools continue to decline and not because of teachers and students, but because the current system we have simply doesn’t work. If we want to attract economic investment from businesses and create more jobs, we need to work together to fix our system of education — including moving toward a more equitable school funding model and ensuring that people have access to the skills training they need to compete for jobs in a global economy.” 


Sen. Bayer represents the 12th Senate District in Oakland County that includes the cities of Auburn Hills, Keego Harbor, Pontiac, and Sylvan Lake, the townships of Addison, Bloomfield, Independence, Oakland, Orion, Oxford and Southfield, and the villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Franklin, and Clarkston. 

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