LANSING (WKZO) -- Thousands are expected to rally at the Michigan Capitol in Lansing Wednesday in a show of support for public school education. Rochelle Noel, a guidance counselor at Churchill High School in Livonia, is quoted in the Detroit Free Press saying, "Watching public education be attacked from every angle for the last two years has been difficult and we felt like it was time for us to stand up and say enough." Organizers of the Save Michigan's Public Schools rally say that they're concerned about a lack of funding for public schools and efforts by the state to take over underperforming schools.
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