- Michigan Cut School Funding and School Performance Plummeted. Coincidence? MSU professor and IPPSR affiliate David Arsen’s study of school funding and performance is featured in a Bridge Magazine article.
- MSU Survey: Nearly 13% of Female Undergraduates Sexually Assaulted Last Year IPPSR Affiliate Rebecca Campbell’s research on female sexual assault is outlined in the Lansing State Journal.
- Stateside: GM Sues Fiat Chrysler, Shrinking Revenue for Municipalities, Is There a Right to Read? Michigan Radio’s Stateside podcast talks with IPPSR Affiliate Kristine Bowman about literacy and whether pupils have a constitutional right to an education.
- Michigan FOIA Would Eliminate Fees, Reduce Wait Times For Public Records State Sen. Jeremy Moss, a graduate of IPPSR’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, is quoted in a Detroit Free Press article about proposed legislation aimed at greater openness in open records.
- Regionwide Survey To Help In First-Of-Its-Kind Child Abuse Study – IPPSR’s Office for Survey Research is singled out in The Ticker for a pioneering partnership to collect data about the public’s perception of the root causes of child maltreatment.
- Stateside: Slotkin on impeachment vote; longest-serving U.S. exoneree; how to teach anyone anything – In Stateside Host Cynthia Canty’s final broadcast week before retirement, she hosted chats with guests she'd love to have at her dream dinner party. State of the State State Director Charles Ballard, an MSU economist, was one of those guests.
- Will Trump Anger Motivate Black Turnout? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann talks about mobilizing black voters on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- The Electoral Effect of Impeachment IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses the effect of impeachment on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- These are the Swing Voters in Michigan Who Will Sway 2020 Election MPLP Co-Director Susy Avery is quoted in an article discussing the upcoming 2020 election and the number of Michigan voters in 2016 who didn’t vote for president.