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Detroit Public Schools Is the 'Worst School District In the Nation'…What Is Directing Our Thinking?

Written by Dr. Deborah Jenkins, Principal, Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School, Detroit Public Schools and Region 11 Representative, Board of Directors, Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals. She is serving her second term on the MASSP Board.

I am most disappointed by comments that continue to surface referring to Detroit Public Schools as “the worst district in the nation.”

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What Can SEAC Do For You?

Written by Andy Kowalczyk, Assistant Principal, Bay City Central High School and Region 4 Representative on the MASSP Board of Directors. Andy has been an MASSP member for more than 10 years and a Board Member since 2013.

Recently, I began attending MDE’s SEAC (Special Education Advisory Committee) meetings as the MASSP delegate. I would like to share a few impressions and ideas that may help MASSP members.

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Seeking Nominations for Michigan School Counselor of the Year

The Michigan School Counselor Association (MSCA) is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 Michigan School Counselor of the Year. Do you know an elementary, middle or high school counselor in your area who has gone above and beyond in providing a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program? If so, please recognize their hard work by going to michigan.schoolcounselorawards.org/scoy by April 15th to nominate them...it only takes about five minutes!

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#MASSPchat Recap - Deeper Learning

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State Board Open for Public Comment on LGBTQ Statement, Guidance

On Tuesday, the State Board of Education launched for public comment a draft "Statement and Guidance on Safe and Supportive Learning Environments for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Students." The SBE document would provide school districts with recommendations, though not requirements, on how to improve environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students.