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Report: States Face Daunting Challenges to Address COVID-19 School Closures

Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Students learn and teachers teach at Bennett Woods Elementary School in Okemos on Wednesday November 28, 2012

As the COVID-19 crisis has caused nearly all K-12 public schools nationwide to suspend face-to-face instruction, millions of students are losing opportunities to learn and state governments are…

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Five Things to Know About the 2020 Presidential Primary Elections

Wednesday, February 26, 2020
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Super Tuesday is quickly approaching and the predictions are ramping up as to who will win the 2020 Democratic primary election. Matt Grossmann – associate professor of political…

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Gun Politics Polarizing Americans

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Matt Grossman, associate professor of political science, talks about his research on Monday September 14, 2015.

As emotions around the world run high following the tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida, people are processing what happened and how it could have been prevented. Many…

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MSU Wins Grant to Grow Political Leadership Programs

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Matt Grossman, associate professor of political science, talks about his research on Monday September 14, 2015.

Michigan State University’s Institute of Public Policy and Social Research has won an $80,000 grant from the Madison Initiative of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to survey state candidate…

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Clinton Winning Michigan Easily

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Matt Grossman, associate professor of political science, talks about his research on Monday September 14, 2015.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a wide lead over businessman Donald Trump among likely Michigan voters, winning support from women, educated and non-white voters, a new…

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New Book Shows Republicans, Democrats Are Not Alike

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Matt Grossman

Republicans embrace conservative values, smaller and simpler government and leaders who remain true to their beliefs. On the other side of the aisle, Democrats focus on particular policy…

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Michiganders Support Detroit Schools Bailout

Friday, March 18, 2016
Matt Grossman, associate professor of political science, talks about his research on Monday September 14, 2015.

A strong majority of Michigan residents favor state aid to help the fiscally strapped Detroit Public Schools pay off its debts, a new Michigan State University survey says….

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