Michigan debuts new school rating system
LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan Department of Education has debuted a new rating system for schools.
It gives each school a rating from zero to 100 based on six categories: student growth, student proficiency, school quality/student success, graduation rate, English Learner progress, and assessment participation.
Schools with a score below 30.64 are designated as needing state intervention.
To check the score of a specific school, visit the score database here.