The state's students took the MEAP for the last time in October, as Michigan prepares to switch to online assessment in the spring of 2015. (The Detroit News)
Statewide scores from the fall 2013 exams show Michigan students have gained in science and writing since 2012, but results were mixed in math and reading. For instance, eighth graders made significant gains in reading, but scores fell for third-graders.
In math, proficiency rates dropped for grades 3-5, rose for grades 6-7 and were flat for eighth-graders.
For students with disabilities, achievement gaps narrowed in reading compared with the overall population, but increased for African American students in nearly all grades for reading and math when compared with other racial groups.
The state’s students took the MEAP for the last time in October, as Michigan prepares to switch to online assessment in the spring of 2015.
Here is a searchable list of Metro Detroit districts and county average scores: