Thursday, August 18, 2022

Michael Addonizio

Mike Addonizio is a Charles H. Gershenson Distinguished Faculty Fellow and Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Wayne State University and a member of Wayne State's Kaplan Collaborative for Urban Education. He previously served as Assistant Michigan State Superintendent for Research and Policy. Dr. Addonizio's expertise is in education economics and public school finance. He holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in Economics from Michigan State University.


A military rich in dollars, poor in people

A frayed social safety net and the military.

Debunking 4 myths about inflation

Inflation is being driven in large part by record corporate profits.

94% of pre-packaged and homemade US baby foods contain toxic heavy metals: Study

"FDA must go beyond the baby food aisle and set strong standards for these contaminants," said the national director of Healthy Babies Bright Futures.

Biden signs sweeping climate bill: What the Inflation Reduction Act means for you and...

The package invests an estimated $437 billion in climate change prevention and energy security, as well as cost reductions for health insurance and prescription drugs.

80% of US voters across party lines support expanding Social Security

"While Democrats have a plan to protect and enhance Social Security, Republicans have shared their plans to privatize, cut, and even end this program!"