While the Executive Committee starts the consideration of every case with a bias toward helping the student, the Executive Committee does not accept as a blanket excuse, “It wasn’t the student’s fault.”
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If there is one month of the year that demonstrates the difference in the MHSAA today compared to a generation ago, it is February.
There is so much more we could be doing to transform school sports for the 21st Century.
The transformational idea here – I don’t like it, but perhaps it’s unavoidable – is that the MHSAA must do more because of the reality that overburdened, under-resourced school personnel can only do less.
Without getting into the policies and procedures, here is what the NFHS says about the philosophy of sanctioning interstate athletic events:
Every policy described in the current Handbook got there as a response to people wanting more rules or recommendations . . .
That’s the story. But it’s been mangled by most professional and social media which have rushed mindlessly to ridicule the athletic association.
Behind the glitz and glamor of major college athletics is a program without, it appears, any rudder but the pursuit of more revenue . . .
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.