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Sheesh! When Did Education Become So Compliant?

Written by Carol Diglio, Owner, Consulting by Diglio and former building and district leader

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AP Test Fee Reduction Funding Reinstated

You may remember that earlier this spring, MASSP shared a Memo and information from MDE regarding the end of the Federal Advanced Placement (AP) Test Fee Reduction Grant. Last month, the Michigan Legislature clarified legislation, effectively reinstating the grant. Once again, qualifying students will pay $5 per exam with the Test Fee Reduction Grant covering the balance.

The MDE memo regarding this information is reprinted in it's entirety below.

MEMO #094-18
Information about the Advanced Placement (AP) Test Fee Reduction Grant for Fiscal Year 2017-2018's picture

MASSP Joins Historic Education Partnership

A group of leaders from across the state, including MASSP, gathered this morning to announce an unprecedented collaboration of diverse organizations that are uniting to demonstrate the pressing need to address the state's K-12 education crisis.

"Launch Michigan" is a never-before assembled group that includes education, business, labor, philanthropic, and state and community leaders who have pledged to work together to turn Michigan into a leader in educational excellence with lasting, research-driven strategies that transcend politics and election cycles.

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Lose Yourself…Find Your Desk

In June, the "Behind the Scenes" view of a building administrator's job resembles chaos at its best. The typical regimen during this time is jumping from one culminating event to another leaving little opportunity for "seat time." The result, you lose sight of your desk.

Once the last event concludes and your students walk out the door for summer break, you are left to sort through the stacks in order to wrap up one school year and prepare for the next. Yet in part, your motivation and energy walked out the door with the students!

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Congrats Class of 2018 MASSP Scholarship Winners

MASSP is proud to have recently awarded three graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 with this year’s Board of Directors scholarship, which entitles each student to a $2,500 award toward tuition in fall 2018. The winners – Trevor Blood from Hamilton High School, Blake Rierson from Unionville-Sebewaing Area High School and Anthony Reo from Paw Paw High School – are children of MASSP members who displayed exemplary academic achievement, participation in extra curricular activities and the completion of both school and community service. Congratulations to this year's award winners!

Trevor Blood