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MEAP Report Shows EAA Students Making Steady Progress PDF icon

More Detroit students proficient after one year in the Education Achievement Authority state school turnaround district

Students in historically low-achieving schools in Detroit made steady progress in their first year in the Education Achievement Authority, the state's school turnaround district, with 12.1 percent of students who were not proficient in reading the previous year meeting the state standard in 2013, MEAP scores released by the Michigan Department of Education Friday showed.

The Education Achievement Authority of Michigan - Getting Results!

2012-2013 Individual Student Growth in Reading
2012-2013 Individual Student Growth in Math

 

The Education Achievement Authority of Michigan is a new public system of schools whose mission is to fundamentally improve public education in Michigan.

Academic Results


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Detroit Public Education Reform Discussion from DPS Webteam on Vimeo.

Governor Rick Snyder unveils plans to reform Detroit Public Schools by creating the Education Achievement System. Event was broadcast Live form Renaissance High School, Detroit.

 




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