"Business Leaders of...

"Business Leaders of Michigan has kicked off a study of best practices in K-12 education, in hopes of raising Michigan students' academic performance." With the research that Business Leaders of Michigan has conducted, it is clear that in today's world, most jobs require education past the 12th-grade level. In particular, Michigan struggles with educating students enough to graduate high school, let alone prepare them for college.

Grading Michigan's Schools

The idea is currently being debated to give each school in the state a grade ranging from A-F based on its performance. Some argue that assigning letter grades to each school would be a good way to monitor school performance, allowing the state to easily classify which schools need help or more resources. This way, funding would be used as efficiently as possible and less money would be wasted on schools that are already performing well.

"Business Leaders of...

"Business Leaders of Michigan has kicked off a study of best practices in K-12 education, in hopes of raising Michigan students' academic performance." With the research that Business Leaders of Michigan has conducted, it is clear that in today's world, most jobs require education past the 12th-grade level. In particular, Michigan struggles with educating students enough to graduate high school, let alone prepare them for college.

Grading Michigan's Schools

The idea is currently being debated to give each school in the state a grade ranging from A-F based on its performance. Some argue that assigning letter grades to each school would be a good way to monitor school performance, allowing the state to easily classify which schools need help or more resources. This way, funding would be used as efficiently as possible and less money would be wasted on schools that are already performing well.

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