The Michigan Department of Education has released M-STEP results for every school district in the state. Search the results.

The M-STEP is a new test introduced last spring. Results will be different from other tests administered in prior years.

Last spring, 80 percent of Michigan students took the first-ever M-STEP on computers. A paper and pencil option also was available for the handful of districts not yet prepared to test online.

There will be a number of changes to the way the M-STEP is administered in 2016.

  • Michigan Department of Education is planning to deliver the M-STEP in smaller portions over more days.
  • The 11th grade M-STEP will no longer have an English language arts and mathematics component. This reduces testing time up to 8 hours.
  • In grades 3–8, the M-STEP Performance Task portion of the English language arts assessment will only be administered once in elementary school (grade 5) and once in middle school (grade 8). This reduces testing time by 2.5 hours in 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 7th grades.