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September 3, 2009 at 8:41 am

Search database: Did your Michigan school meet 'adequate yearly progress'?

A greater percentage of Michigan schools are meeting federal education standards, buoyed by improved test scores and the relaxation of the standard for high school graduation, according to a state report released today.

The percentage of schools that meet "adequate yearly progress" rose from 80 percent to 86 percent, with 35 schools improving enough to escape potential penalties that include offering transportation to students who want to go to another school.

Find your school here, picking a county and then a district first. You can compare schools within a district or county, choosing "any" in either category.

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