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30.7 percent of economically disadvantaged students in Godwin Heights Public Schools academically ready for EBRW in college (2017-2018)

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By Metric Media News Service | Mar 22, 2020

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30.7 percent of economically disadvantaged students in Godwin Heights Public Schools were academically ready for evidence-based reading and writing (EBRW) in college in the 2017-2018 academic year, a worse result than the overall average for all students in the district, according to the Michigan Department of Education's 2018 Michigan Merit Exam (MME) reports.

Overall in the state, 39.8 percent of economically disadvantaged students were academically ready for EBRW in college in the 2017-2018 academic year.

MME's primary purpose is to provide a snapshot of end-of-year student learning across the state. When teachers give students assessments throughout the school year the primary purpose is to gauge their students' progress, and make adjustments to their instruction as necessary.

The top 50 districts in terms of economically disadvantaged students ready for EBRW in college in 2017-2018
District
Economically Disadvantaged Students % Ready
Overall % Ready
Washtenaw Technical Middle College
88.9%
93.3%
Houghton-Portage Township School District
76%
83.1%
Oakland Schools
74.5%
92.5%
Black River Public School
73.7%
85.1%
Cass City Public Schools
72.7%
75%
Mio-AuSable Schools
72.4%
78.7%
Grosse Ile Township Schools
72.2%
83.7%
Frankfort-Elberta Area Schools
72.2%
78.6%
Onsted Community Schools
70.8%
71.6%
Rapid River Public Schools
70.6%
67.6%
The Paris Academy
70.6%
79.6%
Bronson Community School District
69.8%
71.4%
Coleman Community Schools
69.6%
68%
Lakeview Community Schools (Montcalm)
68.8%
74.3%
Saline Area Schools
68.8%
82.2%
Okemos Public Schools
68.5%
85.7%
Kaleva Norman Dickson School District
68.4%
64.5%
Manchester Community Schools
68.4%
70.1%
Bath Community Schools
67.9%
70%
Manistee Area Public Schools
67.4%
63.2%
Grand Traverse Academy
66.7%
76.6%
Superior Central School District
66.7%
51.7%
North Muskegon Public Schools
66.7%
79.4%
Marlette Community Schools
66.7%
70.3%
Jenison Public Schools
66.3%
74.5%
Ithaca Public Schools
65.5%
64.5%
Caledonia Community Schools
65.5%
77.5%
Bridgman Public Schools
65.2%
66.1%
Munising Public Schools
65.2%
70.7%
Goodrich Area Schools
64.9%
70%
Ubly Community Schools
64.7%
70.7%
West MI Academy of Environmental Science
64.7%
69%
McBain Rural Agricultural Schools
64.3%
64.7%
Saugatuck Public Schools
64%
82.9%
Chelsea School District
64%
77.6%
Lake Fenton Community Schools
64%
66.1%
Boyne City Public Schools
63.9%
73.4%
Elk Rapids Schools
63.6%
77.5%
Hancock Public Schools
63.6%
59.2%
Summerfield Schools
63.6%
72.4%
Lake City Area School District
63.6%
68.3%
Negaunee Public Schools
62.9%
68%
NICE Community School District
62.5%
67.9%
Spring Lake Public Schools
62.5%
79.5%
West Iron County Public Schools
62.1%
67.9%
Lake Linden-Hubbell School District
61.9%
65.8%
Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools
61.5%
67.9%
Midland Public Schools
61.3%
80.9%
Forest Hills Public Schools
61.1%
84%
Breckenridge Community Schools
60.9%
52.5%

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