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Fall 2017Q18lThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) The siting of public schools

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Land use planning | K12 education
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Fall 2017Q24lThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) The siting of public schools

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Land use planning | K12 education
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Spring 2017Q11cOverall, how effective or ineffective would you say the following election-related training is for your jurisdiction? Continuing education for clerks by the State

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: Service provision | Election administration
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Spring 2013Q37fWe're interested in getting a general sense about the impact of property-tax exemptions on your jurisdiction's tax revenues. Do you have any of the following types of property-tax exempt organizations or parcels within your jurisdiction? Universities or other higher education institutions.

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Revenue | Finances | Taxes | Property taxes | Property tax exemptions
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Spring 2012Q45aFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: College

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q45bFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: The job market in your region

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q45cFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: Jobs in the global economy

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q46aIn your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of: Elementary school achievement

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q46bIn your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of: High school achievement

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q46cIn your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of: College enrollment

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47aFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: Charter Schools

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47bFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: The Michigan Merit Curriculum

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47cFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: Rigorous teacher evaluation based on student performance

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47dFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: Cyberschools or other forms of virtual learning

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47eFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q47fFor your community, what impact do you believe the following strategies, programs, or laws have had-or would have-on the academic achievement of K-12 students: Another school accountability system (instead of No Child Left Behind)

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q48Are you familiar with the high school graduation requirements included in the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) that was adopted several years ago?

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Fall 2010Q4gIn your jurisdiction's current collaborative efforts, which type(s) of partners is your jurisdiction collaborating with: Higher education Institute

Major Tags: Intergovernmental Cooperation
Related Topics: Level of collaboration
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Fall 2010Q8gWith which type(s) of partners is your jurisdiction studying and/or studying and/or planning new or expanded efforts: Higher education Institution

Major Tags: Intergovernmental Cooperation
Related Topics: Level of collaboration
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Spring 2010Q31dWhich, if any, of the following activities is your jurisdiction conducting specifically to support existing businesses in your community: Fostering networking among local businesses and other organizations (i.e., business associations, educational institutions, roundtable groups, etc.)

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Development strategies | Economic gardening | Business conditions
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Fall 2009Q6aThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a GED or high school diploma alone

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6bThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a vocational / technical certificate

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6cThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with an associate's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6dThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a bachelor's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6eThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a graduate or professional degree

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q8aIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: College

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q8bIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: The job market in your region

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q8cIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: Jobs in the global economy

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q9a In your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of elementary school achievement, high school achievement, and college enrollment: Elementary school achievement

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q9b In your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of elementary school achievement, high school achievement, and college enrollment: High school achievement

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q9c In your opinion, how do students in your community compare with others in the state in terms of elementary school achievement, high school achievement, and college enrollment: College enrollment

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: education | K12 education
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Spring 2009Q9rTo what degree would you consider the following as a barrier or asset to your jurisdiction's economic development efforts: K-12 education system

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Development conditions | K12 education
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Spring 2009Q9sTo what degree would you consider the following as a barrier or asset to your jurisdiction's economic development efforts: Vocational and higher education system

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Development conditions | Human capital
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Spring 2009Q11hAre any of the following sectors a focus of your jurisdiction's current economic development efforts: education

Major Tags: Economic Development and Community Development
Related Topics: Development strategies | education | Business conditions
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