MICHIGAN STUDENT TEST OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS (M-STEP)
 

 Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP)

During the 2014-15 school year, Michigan rolled out a new assessment program called Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP. The M-STEP is a 21st Century test given primarily online each spring and is designed to gauge how well students are mastering state standards. These standards, developed for educators by educators, broadly outline what students should know and be able to do in order to be prepared to enter the workplace, career education training, and college.

M-STEP results, when combined with classroom work, report cards, local district assessments and other tools, offer a comprehensive view of student progress and achievement. To learn more about the M-STEP, visit the M-STEP webpage (www.michigan.gov/mstep).
 

About the M-STEP

This video provides an easy to understand summary of the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP) assessment and walks viewers through how to read and interpret student scores within the M-STEP and Michigan Merit Exam Parent Reports.

Understanding Your Child's M-STEP Score Report

Preparing Your Child to Take the M-STEP