Achieve More with Michigan’s Higher Standards
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Learn More About Michigan’s Higher Standards
Michigan’s Higher Standards puts more focus on critical thinking and problem solving, the real world skills students need to succeed after high school.
According to 2011 national testing, Michigan has fallen to the bottom tier of states in student performance. We need to raise our game.
Michigan teachers, principals and administrators, business leaders and parents.
Ready for College. Ready for Career. Ready for Life.
When Michigan students graduate high school, they expect to be prepared for whatever comes next – career, post-secondary training, or college. For many Michigan students, this simply is not the case. Michigan’s career- and college-ready standards are now preparing our students for success after high school.