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District and School Accountability measures student achievement and school performance based on statewide assessments and other academic indicators as required under state and federal law.

Top-to-Bottom School Rankings is part of Michigan's school accountability system which ranks schools on their student performance in mathematics, reading, writing, science, and social studies and graduation rate data (for high schools). 

Priority Schools are schools identified to be in the lowest 5% of Michigan public schools. Formerly known as Persistently Lowest Achieving (PLA) Schools. 

Focus Schools are the 10% Michigan public schools identified to have largest achievement gaps.

Reward Schools are schools identified by high achievement, high improvement, or by "Beating the Odds."

Accountability Scorecards show school performance and compliance in fulfillment of the No Child Left Behind Act, which will transition to Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in the near further. 

Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs) represent one powerful way to quantify the learning of individual students over one or more years. Conceptually, SGPs communicate the degree to which a student has learned in a particular domain, compared to a group of academic peers who had a comparable score on the previous test (or multiple previous tests) in that subject.