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State Superintendent Mike Flanagan was interviewed this week by Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick on the upcoming changes to the statewide School Report Cards.
The flexibility to the No Child Left Behind Act that the Michigan Department of Education earned for Michigan schools will drive some changes to the upcoming public release of the School Report Cards that will include the Top to Bottom ranking of all Michigan schools, as well as new groups of schools to be identified and provided support to improve academic achievement for all students.
The new calculations now are complete and MDE will release this information to schools and the public as soon as possible to give them the greatest opportunity to begin developing positive changes to help students this school year. This television interview is a prelude to some of the positive changes that will be forthcoming.
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