Students in high school, grade 11 take the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP), a summative assessment based on Michigan’s content standards, designed to measure achievement and growth effectively for most students, given as part of the Michigan Merrit Exam.
For M-STEP, 11th grade students are tested in Science, and Social Studies.
For MI-Access, 11th grade students are tested in ELA, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
Important Note About Spring 2018 Science M-STEP:
The Science M-STEP Field Test was administered in Spring 2018. The purpose of a field test is to determine whether the test is measuring the intended Michigan Science Standards. Because this was a field test, scores will not be reported for individual students or schools within MiSchoolData.
MI-Access tests from years prior to 2014-15 will show the content tested, not the grade in which the test was taken. MI-Access FI tests also included reading and writing in place of ELA from 2009-10 to 2013-14, while SI and P tests continued to use ELA.
You can explore the M-STEP report by entity (school, district, intermediate school district, and statewide), by subject (ELA, math, science, or social studies), and by different demographic factors such as gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
For more information on the Performance scale score ranges refer to the MDE 2015 M-STEP Performance Level Scale Score Ranges document.
The Scaled Score view for M-STEP provides a snapshot, trend, and distribution view of student performance by scaled score ranges. The snapshot data chart provides horizontal bars which reflect the Mean Scaled Score by assessment subject and claims-subscore for secure, logged in, users. The Overall subjects display provides the proficiency cut score which can be hidden. The trend data charts are comprised of line graphs with data points reflected for each year of assessment. The distribution view provides a box plot that shows the distribution of student’s scaled scores by low value, 25th percentile, 50th percentile, 75th percentile, and high value.
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