The Michigan Department of Education released results from the 2014 Michigan Merit Exam today and reports gains in all subjects.
Statewide increases of 5.2 and 5.3 percent in reading proficiency and social studies scores, respectively, highlight the report.
Mid-Michigan's largest public school district, Lansing Public Schools, saw overall improvements in reading, science, social studies and writing. News 10's Anthony Sabella breaks down the results on News 10 at 6.
For a full list of results, by district and school, click the link below.
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