Michigan's 'Marshall Plan for Talent' aims to become model for tech education nationwide

February 24, 2018

As tech executives call for state education programs to do a better job of providing STEM education, states are jockeying to show that they are attuned to the industry's needs.

This week, Michigan's Republican governor Rick Snyder unveiled what he calls the "Marshall Plan for Talent" -- a $100 million, five-year investment to restructure Michigan's education system to do a better job of preparing students for the tech fields that are positioned to have the most job openings.

Anna Hensel@ahhensel