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Kindergarten - 12th Grade

See how Michigan's public and nonpublic K-12 schools and students are faring by exploring student test results, school operational information, graduation and dropout rates, and much more.

Select SNAPSHOT to see point-in-time data; TREND will show you changes over time; and ENTITY BREAKDOWN provides the data at either the state, ISD, district, or school level. Use EDIT REPORT to do comparisons or filter the data in other ways.

Dashboard and School Report Card

Dashboard and Michigan School Accountability Scorecard

This section displays information considered key indicators for a public school or public school academy.

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District/School Information

District/School Information

There's a wide variety of schools and districts in Michigan. This section shows school organization at various levels and types, and provides summaries of jurisdictional and operational information.

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Student Counts

Student Counts

Schools report information about student population three times each year. The data is used primarily to distribute state school aid and to manage program funding. Here you can learn how many students are enrolled, the number of graduates and dropouts, or the number of students that were held back in their grade. It also shows how many students attend school outside of their resident district.

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Student TestingStudent Testing

Student Testing

The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) administers several assessments to cover the full range of student learning. These include:
  • Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) is Michigan's general assessment for students in grades 3 through 9. MEAP is based on Michigan's Grade Level Content Expectations in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. Students are assessed in the fall of each year on the prior year's expectations.
  • MI-Access is Michigan's alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards, designed for students with cognitive impairments whose IEP (Individualized Educational Program) team has determined that MEAP, MME, or MEAP-Access assessments, even with accommodations, are not appropriate.
  • Michigan Merit Examination (MME) measures Michigan 11th graders' career- and college-readiness. It is based on the Michigan High School Content Expectations and provides scores in mathematics, science, reading, writing, and social studies.
  • ACT College Readiness is based on an ACT benchmark score that predicts a student's success in a related first-year college course in English, math, reading, and science.

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