Administrators express concern about MEAP test scores

02/19/2003 | Detroit Free Press

The No Child Left Behind Act stipulates that a minimum of 95% of students take standardized tests, which has some Michigan administrators worried, for students absent the day the MEAP test is given are counted as a having scored a zero. This could bring down Michigan's averages and harm school accreditation.

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