The At Risk Student report shows the performance of Section 31a At Risk-identified students on state assessments. Student performance is presented as a snapshot view of Accountability Measures (3rd grade English Language Arts proficiency, 8th grade mathematics and 11th grade college and career readiness).
The report includes all at-risk students who have been coded “3060” in MSDS in the same district for two out of three collections in a given school year. A student is considered “at-risk” if they meet any of the following risk factors:
- Economically disadvantaged
- English learner
- Chronically absent as defined and reported to CEPI
- Victim of child abuse or neglect
- Pregnant teenager or teenage parent
- Family history of school failure, incarceration or substance abuse
- An immigrant who has immigrated within the immediately preceding three years
- Did not complete high school in four years and is still in school
- Did not achieve proficiency on the ELA, mathematics, science or social studies State summative assessments
- At risk of not meeting the LEA's core academic curricular objectives in ELA or mathematics based on local assessments
Pupils who are eligible for the homeless, foster care and migratory programs are automatically considered economically disadvantaged and are to be identified as such in the LEA's student information system.
This report is provided to meet the legislative mandates in the School State Act in regards to At-Risk students. For more information about Section 31a At Risk refer to the Section 31a FAQ document.
The report is updated annually in early spring. See the Recently Posted Reports page for when the report was last updated.
Due to the suspension of state assessments, assessment data for the 2019-20 school year was not available for M-STEP, MI-Access, SAT, PSAT, or ACT WorkKeys. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Education Department waived the federal requirement that Michigan students take statewide summative assessments during the 2019-20 school year, as well as related accountability and report card requirements. Executive Order 2020-65 waived state requirements for these assessments. As such, the 11th grade College Readiness three-year trend data includes school years 2018-19, 2020-21, and 2021-22.
- An 8th grade PSAT mathematics tile was added in school year 2018-19 as an accountability measure.
Use the Location and Report Settings to select a location and school year.
See the MI School Data Quick Start Guide for the basics of navigating the site and customizing a report.
Locations Setting options: ISD and District
Users with secure access who are logged in can see unsuppressed data for the entities for which they have been specifically authorized.
CEPI collected the data used to compile this report. The databases used include:
- CEPI’s Michigan Student Data System, to collect student demographics. For more information on the MSDS application and reporting rules, please see the MSDS Collection Details Manual on the CEPI website.
- The Michigan Department of Education Office of Assessment and Accountability, which sets policies for M-STEP, SAT and PSAT administration, provided the test data.
If you have questions not addressed here or in the linked resources, please contact CEPI customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To protect the privacy of individual students, CEPI applies data suppression rules to sensitive data when report settings would yield fewer than 10 students in a given group. Complementary groups may also be suppressed. In some cases, values less than 10 may be shown when there is no risk of identifying individual students. Secure users can log in to view unsuppressed data for their authorized location. Please see How CEPI Protects Education Data for more information.
See the glossary for additional terms and acronyms used on MI School Data.
All Students: For this report “all students” refers to all full academic year students within the specified intermediate school district or school district.
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