Education reform needs a Mulligan. A do-over. The opportunity to go back to “Go” and start over. For example . . .
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My counterpart in Georgia has a nice way with words, and recently used that talent to add his perspective to topics like those we’ve been addressing here in Michigan.
School sports is not engaged in the never-ending addiction to add layers of competitions and levels of championships.
Strewn along almost every shore is the waste of nations outliving their means. Plastic in all shapes and colors, from products of all types – bottles, toys, sandals, tools.
The contests, concerts and dramatic performances for the public were almost entirely beside the point.
Zealous advocates for child safety wish to protect children from any risk of physical exertion, while in the next breath they complain of youth inactivity and obesity.
In theory, NATA’s notions are nice ideas; but in practice, they are less safe for the participants.
The NFL has administered a self-inflicted wound, shot itself in the foot, and made FOOTBALL the face of America’s youth sports concussion problem.
From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.