Rep. Ward Cassidy, R-St. Francis, said he was being "somewhat facetious" when he proposed that public schools teach students how to shake hands properly. But the House overwhelmingly passed his amendment this week. "It seems like every time there's an ill that's in society we're going to find some way to make schools do a better job," said Cassidy, a former school principal. "I sort of have frustration with that on occasion." What's next – mandating that boys learn how to tie a tie?