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Michigan schools still face a tremendous achievement gap between white students, students of color and economically disadvantaged students, even though overall statewide test scores are on the rise.

Data from the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) shows school districts statewide are making small improvements on the M-STEP, a standardized test given to students in the third through eighth grades. But the results also show that economic and social barriers continue to limit educational growth for marginalized students.

Read more in Michigan Advance

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