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    examines advantages and disadvantages of consolidating, some of the reasons such action is not popular, and alternatives that can accomplish some of the objectives of consolidation.This information will help school board members, administrators, parents, and other community members to determine whether merger should be seriously considered for their districts.They also maintain that in consolidation-imposed larger schools, personal attention to individual students suffers, the environment becomes less closely knit, and there are more discipline problems.

    Opponents contend that mergers do not create economies of scale but rather lead to even bigger administrations.Although there has not been a school district consolidation in Michigan in more than 10 years, they once were common.Since the early 1900s, school district mergers have reduced the number of school districts in Michigan by 92 percent, bringing the current number to 562 (including K–6 and K–8 districts.).Michigan occupies the middle ground: It ranks 22nd nationally.However, as may be seen in Exhibit 2, Michigan still has a substantial proportion of districts serving fewer than 1,000 students, suggesting to some state lawmakers that reducing the number of district would improve efficiency.

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