Audit: Michigan erred on at least 620 school report cards

06/25/2008 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

Fewer Michigan schools than initially reported may have made adequate yearly progress in 2004-2005 and 2005-2006, according to an audit of the state's school report cards. Inconsistent computer programming and insufficient monitoring of district data were cited as among the causes for inaccuracies found on reports of AYP or on report cards for several hundred schools, which may have resulted in the state incorrectly recording some of those schools as having achieved AYP, this article says. The state education department says it has corrected the problems uncovered by the audit.

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