MEAP

Politics & Government
1:08 pm
Wed April 30, 2014

Month in Review: April's biggest news stories

Among many important topics this past month, student evaluations were being reconsidered. Should students be evaluated using the MEAP test?
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At the end of every month, Current State takes a look back at the biggest news stories of the previous 30 days. To help us put it in context, Current State talks with the host of Off The Record on WKAR-TV and other Michigan public TV stations Tim Skubick, M-Live Capitol reporter Jonathan Oosting, and editor of the Inside Michigan Politics newsletter, Susan Demas.

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Radio Made in Michigan
3:50 pm
Mon February 11, 2013

MEAP Scores Are Up In Most Subjects, But Students Still Struggling With Science

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Less than 16 percent of Michigan students are proficient in science.

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NewsRoom
3:35 pm
Wed February 15, 2012

New MEAP Cut Scores Paint Unattractive Picture of College Readiness

Melissa Benmark WKAR

Twenty-nine percent of eighth graders in Michigan are proficient in math. That’s according to new test results from the Michigan Educational Assessment Program – or MEAP.

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