Michigan high school scores slump in all areas but reading

07/5/2005 | Detroit News, The

The percentage of students in Michigan's Class of 2005 who met or exceeded standards on the state exam in science, math and social studies slipped anywhere from a percentage point or two to as many as five percentage points, compared with scores of peers in the Class of 2004. Interim State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jeremy Hughes said the drop is perplexing, especially since the test was no harder than last year's version.

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