Bob Kefgen's picture

This Week in Politics in 5 Sentences (or Fewer)

It seems fitting that this, the 100th edition of This Week in Politics in 5 Sentences (or Fewer), is the one in which we announce that the Senate has passed SB 103 and brought an end to the over two-year debate about changes to Michigan's educator evaluation law.

Bob Kefgen's picture

Educator Evaluation Bill Headed to Gov's Desk

This week, the Michigan Senate voted to concur with the educator evaluation bill—SB 103 (H-8)—that passed the Michigan House last week. With this vote, the legislature has completed the work begun over two years ago to rewrite our state's educator evaluation law. This has been a long and, at times, contentious battle, so please TAKE ACTION by sending a thank you letter to those lawmakers who voted to push this issue over the finish line.

Darci Griebel's picture

Successful Self-Driven Schools: Can You Give Up Control?

Written by Darci Griebel, Principal at Escanaba High School and Region 1 Representative on the MASSP Board of Directors. Darci has been an MASSP member for 5 years. This is her first year on the Board and as the High School Principal in Esky, coming from the Middle Level.

jenseng's picture

ACT WorkKeys Assessment - Register Your School

Information provided by Gary Jensen, M.Ed., Account Manager for ACT

Establishment for ACT WorkKeys has begun! Please see the information below for details about how to establish your school for the Spring 2016 administration of the ACT WorkKeys assessment.

New this year! Schools will establish themselves using a new online tool called PearsonAccess Next (PA Next). To use PA Next, test coordinators who are listed in the Educational Entity Master (EEM) system at should have received an email with login instructions.

Chelsey Martinez's picture

#MASSPchat Recap - Transition to SAT