LaSata resolution calls for ending COVID-19 policies at public colleges and universities


LANSING, Michigan— The state Senate voted on Wednesday to pass a resolution opposing COVID-19 mandates at public colleges and universities in the state.

“For yet another school year, we see several public institutions in Michigan continue to enforce these policies, which is unfortunate as students struggle for two years to get the education they deserve,” said Senator Kim LaSata. , R-Niles. , who sponsored the resolution. “As we continue to work to strengthen and diversify Michigan’s workforce and economy, we need to improve access to job training and post-secondary education, not add barriers.

Senate Resolution 128 calls on Michigan’s public colleges and universities to end burdensome and confusing COVID-19 mandates and return to policies focused on student need and student success.

“Students who have earned and deserve a quality education should no longer have their lives put on hold due to outdated COVID-19 mandates,” LaSata said. “Another year of these policies is not only unnecessary, but will continue to set students back behind and deny opportunities to those who have worked hard and are pursuing a career in one of our public institutions.”

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