Rep. Carol Glanville Says Investing in Good Quality Public Education a Top Priority For Michigan Kids
Michigan State Representative Carol Glanville vows to “find ways to make higher education more affordable” and to increase Michiganders’ access to vocational training.
By Main Street Sentinel Staff
Michigan State Representative Carol Glanville is calling for strong investment in public education and more affordable options for higher education for Michigan students.
“A strong public education—one that is equitable and accessible—is essential to our community’s future,” said Glanville.
For students whose interests and career goals do not align with the course offerings at four-year colleges and universities, Glanville seeks to provide increased access to community colleges and vocational and technical schools, which offer professional training.
Rep. Glanville, currently a Walker City Commissioner, was born and raised in Michigan, and previously worked as a teacher.