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Keep a Lid on Your End-of-Year Compliance and Reporting Issues

It was so nice to see so many of you at EdCon this past week! I know that it was a great time for me to reflect, learn, and get energized for the year ahead. Through talking with many of you, it was clear that the keynote speakers were top-notch and that you enjoyed your time in Traverse City! Start penciling the dates in your calendar for EdCon 2016, which are June 27 through June 29, 2016.

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College and Career Expo

Helping students navigate an appropriate and fitting pathway to higher education is on the forefront for most administrations, districts and student families across the state of Michigan. But do students fully understand their intended career tracks prior to embarking on this journey? The horror stories of incredible student loan mismanagement and misguided career availability/outlook are far too common for todays college bound students. Which is why we are happy to announce the next big MASC/MAHS Student event!

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Spring 2015 State Assessment Reporting Updates

A pair of important announcements were put out this week by the Michigan Department of Education. MI-Access and M-STEP preliminary reports for all grades are now available online, though the results are embargoed for internal use only. Also, MDE announced that ACT and WorkKeys student data files are expected to be posted later this week.

The following two announcements have been excerpted from MDE's Spotlight on Student Assessment and Accountability:

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Clarification on State-Administered 9th and 10th Grade Spring 2016 PSAT

Please see the announcement below which recently appeared in MDE's publication Spotlight on Student Assessment and Accountability:

Clarification on State-Administered 9th and 10th Grade Spring 2016 PSAT

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The Network – Everything a New Principal Needs

The job of Principal and Assistant Principal is one of the most important hires in any school district. They are the face and energy of the building. In order for new administrators to be successful, it is vital for them to have key background information, access to current educational legislation and to develop their professional network. MASSP continues to provide training and networking opportunities for these new administrators with the New Principal's Network – formerly known as Bootcamp – led by 22-year veteran administrator, Larry Goralski.