June 6, 2019; Corp!
The number of Michigan public colleges and universities creating shared relationships is increasing, a point made obvious by the posting of continuous updates by Michigan Association of State Universities from across the lower and upper peninsulas.
But someone had to be first and that came in 1986 with a relationship between the Grand Rapids Community College and Ferris State University.
June 7, 2019; Dome (politics and policy blog)
Mackinac Island—I left the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Michigan Policy Conference with the same feelings I had walking into the Grand Hotel. More money isn’t going to fix Michigan’s education crisis—at least until we make some radical structural changes.
… Grand Rapids Community College President Bill Pink reported that by 2020 we will need 175,000 college graduates and another 166,000 with certificates or associate degrees.