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Principal May Restrict Student's Sale of Candy Canes With Religious Message

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that
a student's First Amendment speech rights were not violated
when a Michigan elementary school principal denied the
student's request to sell candy canes containing a religious
message. Curry v School Dist of the City of Saginaw, 2008
US App LEXIS 881 (January 16, 2008), affirming 452 F
Supp 2d 723 (ED Mich, 2006).
The issue, as articulated by the Sixth Circuit, was
"whether an elementary school student has a First Amendment
right to promote an unsolicited religious message

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Resources for February 5, 2008 Personal Curriculum Webinar

I am posting the powerpoint and the other resources here, just in case technology fails! See you tomorrow at 3:30 pm. You can test the technology beginning at

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MASSP January 2008 Bulletin

Here is a chance for you to view our January Bulletin, giving you an opportunity to see what's been going on at Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals.

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America's Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs

The demand for workers to fill jobs in the middle of the labor market—those that require more than high-school, but less than a four-year degree—will likely remain quite robust relative to its supply, especially in key sectors of the economy. Accordingly, we see a need for increased U.S. investment in high-quality education and training in the middle of the skills range—not just for college graduates in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.