Improving student knowledge should trump short-term savings
The state's tough new high school curriculum is the most important education reform in Michigan in a decade, but it's being threatened by politicians who are putting short-term savings ahead of the state's long-term interests. While other states and nations are rapidly implementing innovative education reforms to compete for knowledge economy jobs, Michigan lawmakers are considering major cuts that will undermine two of the most essential economic boosters: the new high school curriculum and state assessment.
We've slowly collected some information from advisers around Michigan regarding leadership classes. If you are interested in knowing more about offering a leadership class at your school (high school or middle), these advisers have established programs and are willing to share their information. We hope to continue building this page as we discover more schools offering leadership classes!
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Why This Comprehensive Solution Is Needed
In his closing presentation at the MASSP AP Fall Conference, Superintendent Flanagan shared his efforts to move away from a seat-time accounting system. Jon Petitto wrote Mr. Flanagan a response.