Michigan Studies High School Reforms

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Tougher graduation standards, more testing and smaller schools could all become part of high school students' futures in Michigan.

Educators dove into reform possibilities at a special state Board of Education meeting on Thursday. More meetings could follow.

The goal is for more Michigan students to be ready for college and career training when they leave the state's K-through-12 system.

Michigan trails the national average for people aged 25 and older with college degrees.