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K-12 Schools: Moving Past Pandemic Recovery

March 23, 2021

IPPSR’s April Public Policy Forum signals a key anniversary – the date nearly 12 months ago when many Michigan teachers and students moved to remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


When Dams Break

March 15, 2021

Michigan State University’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research focused on the recently released report of the Michigan Dam Safety Task Force at its March 24 Public Policy Forum.


Rosenthal Award Honors Past and Present Legislative Interns

February 18, 2021

Time is growing short to nominate your outstanding interns and for them to apply for the career-boosting Daniel Rosenthal Legislative Internship Award. The prize was made possible by the family of...

Cook Political Report Founder at MPLP Fundraiser

February 09, 2021

Charlie Cook, editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report and one of America’s best known political analysts and prognosticators, will be the featured speaker for the 26th Michigan...

From Filmmaker to Family Advocate, New Class of MPLP Seated

January 18, 2021

From a filmmaker to a police chief, the Class of 2021 Michigan Political Leadership Program Fellows begin 10 months of bipartisan learning together this February.

“There is no better time,...

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution -- Path to Pandemic Protection

January 15, 2021

IPPSR's first Public Policy Forum of 2021 examines questions regarding distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine throughout Michigan’s communities large and small.

The nation’s first cases of...

MPLP Alumni Claim Nine State House Seats

November 06, 2020

Nine alumni of Michigan State University’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, five Republicans and four Democrats, are returning for another term in the state House of Representatives after...

K-12 Education During a Pandemic: IPPSR Public Policy Forum

November 05, 2020

IPPSR’s October Public Policy Forum focused on K-12 education’s future during and after the coronavirus pandemic. 

See the video of the IPPSR Public...

Post-Election Wrapup 2020 -- Polls and Prose Behind the Vote

October 30, 2020

The presidential candidates are racing across the country – and Michigan – in search of votes. The pundits are searching out shy voters and the pollsters are refining their predictions.


Michigan May Tilt Democratic in 2020 Election Races

October 22, 2020

With record levels of absentee voting in Michigan, trends seem to moving “a little bit in the Democratic direction,” a Michigan State University political scientist forecast in the State of the...

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