Content Expectations Grade Level Content Expectations and Extended Grade Level Content Expectations are learning outcomes expected of all students.
ELPA (English Language Proficiency Assessment) is for K-12 students eligible for English language learner (ELL) services.
EXPLORE-PLAN Pilot Program Pilot project offering the EXPLORE assessment to all grade 8 students and the PLAN assessment to all grade 10 students.
Interim Assessments will be online pre/post assessments for specific K-8 grade content areas and high school level courses.
MEAP (Michigan Educational Assessment Program) assesses students in grades 3-9 based on Michigan Curriculum Framework.
MEAP-Access - is Michigan's alternate assessment based on modified academic achievement standards in grades 3-8 for students receiving grade-level instruction who have a current IEP.
MI-Access is Michigan's alternate assessment program for students with significant disabilities and when IEP teams determine that MEAP or MEAP-Access, even with accommodations, is not appropriate.
MME (Michigan Merit Exam) assesses students in grade 11 (and eligible students in grade 12) based on Michigan high school core content expectations
NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) is a representative sample of Michigan schools selected for federally-sponsored and reported national assessment results.
Accountability measures of student achievement and school performance based on statewide assessments and other academic indicators as required under state and federal law.
BAA Professional Learning is the home to the BAA Web Conference Series with web cast regarding Accountability, ELPA, MEAP, MEAP-Access, MI-Access, MME and much more.
EducationYes! measures school accreditation system based on student achievement and schools' self-assessment
Focus Schools are the 10% Michigan public schools identified to have largest achievement gaps.
Michigan's Educator Evaluations, implemented annually educator evaluations beginning in the 2010-2011 school year.
Michigan School Accountability Scorecards show school performance and compliance in fulfillment of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Priority Schools are schools identified to be in the lowest 5% of Michigan public schools. Formerly known as Persistently Lowest Achieving (PLA) Schools.
Reward Schools are schools identified by high achievement, high improvement, or by "Beating the Odds"
Shared Educational Entities (SEEs) A SEE is defined as a school or program to specific education services to students coming from two or more LEAs that have a business relationship for that purpose.
Top-to-Bottom Ranking is Michigan's federally approved method of comparing public schools, based on achievement, improvement, and achievement gap.