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Earlier College Board Score Release for Admins and Students

Congratulations on getting your students and staff through PSAT 8/9, PSAT 10, and SAT testing! The time and effort that you have put into helping deliver opportunity to the students in Michigan is much appreciated.

In case you missed it during the flurry of administering assessments and everything that goes along with spring testing, MDE and the College Board announced that they have moved up their timelines for reporting test scores!

This year, students can expect to receive scores in their College Board account as early as mid-May. Additionally, administrators will have access to student scores in the K-12 reporting portal by late June, once MDE has verified the applicable accountability and data files.

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Summer Leadership Seminars Are Back for 2017!

Over the past three years, MASC/MAHS Michigan Student Leadership has run dozens of personalized curricular workshops designed around the needs of member schools. Our Summer Leadership Seminars (SLS) bring the best of both worlds to schools across the state, allowing our team to tackle individual needs, while supporting the convenience of traveling to your campus. Nothing supports your school culture more than having a strong student membership to carry out these objectives and create an atmosphere of community inside your building.

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Schedule Your PD Now for 2017-18 Using Title II Funding

This time of year feels like a whirlwind. You are busy with assessments, finishing up observations, writing end of year evaluations, building the schedule for next year, preparing for honors programs, commencement, etc.

We want to make sure that you don't forget to build in time to focus on your professional growth, which ultimately affects both teacher practice and student achievement. Spring is your opportunity to submit requests for Title II professional development allocations.

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This Week in Politics in 5 Sentences (or Fewer)

Both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees met on Tuesday of this week and moved their respective versions of the K-12 budget to the floor, taking the next procedural step in the budget process. While there were some technical amendments made in each committee, none of the major line items shifted and Principals can still use MASSP’s side-by-side budget comparison to see how the three versions of the budget has shaken out so far.