Last year, I wondered if my oldest had qualified for a Promise Scholarship. Despite the fact that I have two masters' degrees, I couldn't find the spot on the test results paper with the answer. (Who writes those forms, anyway?) Finally, after reading the damn piece of paper about ten times, I figured out that he had, in fact, qualified. Woo hoo!
Of course, that was all theoretical. Someone else told me that their family called it the False Promises Scholarship. After all, it was cut.
Which brings me to today's news:
The U.S. Department of Education is funding 5-year studies, at MSU and U of M, of the Michigan Merit curriculum and the Michigan Promise Scholarship.
So--umm--how does that work? Because the scholarship that was promised, was vanished. So how can anyone study its impact?