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What Tuesday's Election Results Mean for Principals

Now is the time after the lightning flash but before the thunder. It's too early to say with certainty exactly what the election will mean for education policy in Michigan, but we can start to piece things together. We can also start to figure out what we know and what we don't. Here are some key takeaways for Principals from the election:'s picture

#MASSPchat 11/14 - Improving Communication

The Topic: Improving Communication
As we all know poor communication can lead to a number of problems. As administrators we need to focus on how to communicate clearly but also to adapt communication to the audience and to provide just what our stakeholders need.

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Power Hour: Changing Climate and Culture By Building Relationships

Written by Katy VanCuren, Assistant Principal at Rockford High School and AP Western Representative on the MASSP Board of Directors

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MI College Goal

Want more of your students to aim for college? Here’s an easy way to help them fill out the FAFSA, a lead predictor of college aspirations. Once they see how much aid they can get, 9 in 10 students who file the FAFSA are motivated enough to enroll in college. And that helps build a college-going culture at your school.
Here’s how to make that happen:

Announce FAFSA/College Goal to your parents and students. A printable PDF flyer is attached below for your use to help share the message.