CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND INFORMATION CEPI-Updates MERA FALL 2015 Conference November 24, 2015.
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CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND INFORMATIONCEPI-UpdatesMERA FALL 2015 ConferenceNovember 24, 2015
CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND INFORMATION1AgendaHandoutsIntroductionsCEPI/MI School DataNew ReportsStaffingWorkforce DataCollege Progression by Graduating ClassStudent Pathways AggregateMost Common College ReportEarly ChildhoodM-STEPWrap-up
Before We BeginPresentationHandouts
Jessica Fenby4CEPI and MI School DataMI School Data is the State of Michigans official public portal for education data to help citizens, educators and policy makers make informed decisions that can lead to improved success for our students.
New ReportsStaffingWorkforce DataCollege Progression by Graduating ClassStudent Pathways AggregateMost Common College Report In RequirementsEarly Childhood In DevelopmentM-STEP In Development Staffing DataStaffing CountEducator Effectiveness
Workforce DataAverage Industry Wage by Education LevelTime Between Training and Work in Related Field
College Progression by Graduating Class
The College Progression by Graduating Class report shows how Michigan students are progressing in postsecondary education after high school graduation.The report includes enrollment and awards (certificates, 2-, and 4-year degrees) earned at in-state, out-of-state, and most private/independent colleges and universities.Student Pathways Aggregate
Student Pathways Aggregate is a convenient, one click way for a high school to download a packet that provides college enrollment, credit accumulation, remedial coursework and progress data for its graduates. The charts and tables in the packet include demographic breakdowns to help you understand where to focus efforts to support your students.Most Common College In RequirementsNavigationDisplay
Early Childhood Reports In DevelopmentEarly Childhood CountKindergarten Count
M-STEP Reporting In Development
The Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP) is Michigans assessment system consisting of summative assessments designed to measure student growth effectively for todays students. The Michigan Department of Education began using the M-STEP assessment during the 2014-15 school year. Students are assessed in the spring on the current years expectations. English language arts and mathematics are assessed in grades 38, science in grades 4 and 7, and social studies in grades 5 and 8. It also includes the Michigan Merit Examination in 11th grade, which consists of the ACT Plus Writing, WorkKeys, and M-STEP summative assessments in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. More ResourcesContactsRoderick Bernosky- bernoskyr@Michigan.govJessica Fenby- fenbyj@Michigan.govHelp DeskCEPI@Michigan.govHTN-i.mischooldata.org