Accountability for Student Learning

All parents deserve to know how their school is performing, giving them the information that they need to make the best choice for their child’s education. In addition to information on performance for an entire student body, parents and educators needs performance data for groups of students, such as African Americans, Hispanics and low-income students. This information provides much-needed transparency and identifies achievement gaps within a school and across our state.

To hold schools accountable and improve education for all Michigan children, we need full and reliable data. The Education Trust-Midwest is committed to fighting for honest, transparent, and rigorous data and accountability for all schools.

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  • Lame Duck Preview Edition

    As part of our mission to provide nonpartisan data, analysis and expertise about Michigan education, The Education Trust-Midwest will be providing regular upda…

  • Lame Duck Preview Edition

    As part of our mission to provide nonpartisan data, analysis and expertise about Michigan education, The Education Trust-Midwest will be providing regular upda…

  • Issue Areas

    Fierce advocates for the high academic achievement of all students – particularly those of color or living in poverty.Equity-Driven • Data-Centered • Student-F…

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