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2014-15 PD Opportunities for Use of Title II

Now that the snow has melted, at least for those of us downstate, it is beginning to feel like spring. Regardless of the weather outside, I know you are busy finishing up observations, writing end of year evaluations, building the schedule for next year, preparing for honors programs, commencement, etc. Quite simply, Spring is a busy time of year for secondary administrators.

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Helping Children Achieve a Healthy Balance

Written by Ryan Pfahler, MASSP Middle Level Representative and Principal, Coopersville Middle School

Steve Carlson's picture

Michigan's Schools Deserve Assessments That Make Sense

Written by Steve Carlson, Principal, Sandusky Junior/Senior High School. Originally published in The Times Herald on March 25, 2014.

Our educational environment requires the high-stakes standardized testing of students. Reasonable people can debate the merits of high-stakes testing. I will not seek to enter that debate today.

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MVU Looking for Schools to Partner on Blended Learning

Blended learning is beginning to gain momentum as a new delivery model in K-12 education. Michigan Virtual University (MVU) is launching a new program called MyBlend. The program provides access to customized support including expert consulting services, professional development offerings, online content, evaluation services and a statewide learning community. MVU has grant resources to support up to 30 school partners as they seek to establish or expand blended learning models.

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