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State of Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signs the state's $16.1 billion education budget bill at Geisler Middle School in Commerce Township on Monday. Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday signed into law a $16.1 billion education budget, which includes a per-student spending increase ranging from $60 to $120 to decrease the gap between higher- and lower-funded public school districts.The Republican governor called the spending plan an “unprecedented investment” at a bill-signing event at Geisler Middle School in Commerce Township.For the first time in state history, the budget includes $2.5 million to assist private schools with the cost of complying with state requirements like employee background checks, immunization reporting and safety drills. Public school advocates objected to the funding and asked the governor for a line-item veto.Snyder said he was still reviewing “potential legal issues” with the private school aid and might ask for an opinion from the Michigan Supreme Court or state attorney general.Overall spending on pre-K-12 education will increase 1.9 percent in the fiscal year that starts in October. The minimum per-pupil grant will jump from $7,391 to $7 49thscoutgroup ,511 , or 1.6 percent; the basic level will rise from $8,169 to $8,229, or 0.7 percent.The budget includes a “huge” $1 billion-plus allocation for the school employee retirement system, up from “essentially nothing just a few years ago,” Snyder said before signing the legislation alongside Republican lawmakers and others.The law also authorizes the first $72 million payment toward bailing out and restructuring the debt-ridden Detroit Public Schools over a number of years.The state will spend 2.9 percent more on operations at state universities. But aggregate aid — including for six of the 15 universities — will remain below what it was before a major budget-balancing cut by Snyder and the GOP-controlled Legislature five years ago, despite his initial proposal this year to bring them back to the levels in place when he took office.”That is one area I still am committed to working on,” Snyder said.Tuition and fee increases will be capped at 4.2 percent, allowing for bigger hikes than in the current budget.Snyder plans to sign the rest of the 2016-17 state budget later this week. Related LinksState aid for 6 Michigan universities will remain below 2011 levelsSnyder signs $617 million Detroit schools bailoutGroups want Snyder to veto $2.5 million for private schoolsSnyder signs $38.6 billion budgetDetroit Public Schools split raises risk of default on state-aid debtRemembering 2016: Detroit Public Schools bailout

Snyder signs ‘unprecedented’ $16.1 billion education budget

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