NAEP scores show Michigan’s longstanding gap between low-income students and affluent peers widened considerably
Declines in M-STEP test scores point to looming challenge after a year of pandemic learning in Michigan
Michigan’s M-STEP test scores are difficult to interpret because so many students — including some of the most vulnerable in the state — didn’t take the exam.
Michigan public school students show marked improvement compared to their peers in other states, according to national test results released Wednesday.
Detroiters woke up before 3 a.m. to insist on a constitutional right to literacy. Will judges agree?
One judge asked the question that worries Michigan leaders: “How much would it cost to fix the Detroit schools?”
After several years of flat or declining results, scores on Michigan’s M-STEP exam show faint signs of improvement.