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How to Read Your Child's M-Step Score Report

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How to Read Your Child`s M-Step Score Report

The Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP, is our state’s standardized test that measures what students know and are able to do in relation to Michigan’s academic standards. M-STEP results are one of several ways student progress is measured, including local tests, classroom work and report cards. To learn more about the M-STEP, visit the M-STEP web page (www.michigan.gov/mstep).

M-STEP results are released in late summer, prior to the start of a new school year, to provide parents and teachers with valuable information on where students are doing well and where they might need additional support. Scores also can support instruction by helping educators better align curriculum and instruction to state standards.

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