98 Struggling Schools May End Up in Mich. Reform District
About 100 persistently low-achieving schools in Michigan could end up in a newly created statewide reform district if they don't show significant academic improvement in the next two years.
The Michigan Department of Education cited the 98 schools as low-performing based largely on reading and math test scores, with 66 located in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties.
Detroit Public Schools had 38 schools on the list—schools that likely will end up in the Educational Achievement Authority, the statewide reform district that was created this summer and will...
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- Director of School Support
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- Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
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