Last July, the Mackinac Center published the "The Michigan Public High School Context and Performance Report Card." It offers a fresh look at how well high schools are actually performing academically by taking into account the impact that student poverty has on standardized test scores. It was reported on about 40 different times by a variety of media outlets.

Now available is an online database that enables users to search and sort all of the report card's findings plus previously unreported individual subject area scores. It also allows results to be filtered by school district, county or locale type. For example, users could find the Macomb County high school with the highest "CAP Score" in writing (Center Line) or the fringe town high school that did the best in reading (Watervliet).

The database can be found here.


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