Benchmarking Michigan’s Education Performance and Funding Data MASA Winter 2009. Thomas White, email@example.com 517.515.1604. Comparing Michigan’s Disadvantaged Pupil Characteristics in General. Comparing Michigan to the Nation on NAEP, Grades 4 & 8 for 2007 .
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Benchmarking Michigan’s Education Performance and Funding DataMASA Winter 2009
Thomas White, firstname.lastname@example.org 517.515.1604
A second group of dropouts not at-risk as 8th graders became at risk (75% probability) in 9th grade with just one of the following indicators
High Poverty/High Performing Elementary Schools in Michigan75% + Minority/75% + Low Income/ Reading Scores > 90 % ile Source: The Education Trust
90/90/90 Means, 90% for:
Study covered 1995-1998; 130,000 students in 228 buildings
Five Characteristics Common:
State Only/State and Local Collections by Source 2007 Michigan Compared to USPercentage of Source to Total CollectionsSource: taxadmin.org