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41.4 percent of American Indian or Alaska native students in St. Ignace Area Schools academically ready for EBRW in college (2017-2018)

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By Metric Media News Service | Feb 11, 2020

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41.4 percent of American Indian or Alaska native students in St. Ignace Area Schools were academically ready for evidence-based reading and writing (EBRW) in college in the 2017-2018 academic year, a better 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, 47.2 percent of American Indian or Alaska native 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 4 districts in terms of American Indian or Alaska native students ready for EBRW in college in 2017-2018
District
American Indian or Alaska Native Students % Ready
Overall % Ready
Brimley Area Schools
52.9%
47.4%
Mt. Pleasant City School District
50%
57.8%
Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools
42.3%
56.7%
St. Ignace Area Schools
41.4%
36.2%

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