Education Trust–Midwest

Ed Trust-Midwest Testimony to Legislature on Educator Support and Evaluation

ROYAL OAK, MICH. (February 19, 2014)  -- Today the Education Trust-Midwest testified to the Michigan legislature in support of the state’s plans to develop Michigan’s first statewide system of educator support and evaluation, alongside a new K-12 data system that can be used to drive early interventions for children as early as grades K through 3.

Education Trust-Midwest Testimony to the Michigan Legislature on State Assessment Options

(February 5, 2014) -  Today Amber Arellano, Executive Director, and Sarah Lenhoff, Director of Policy and Research of the Education Trust – Midwest, gave testimony to the Michigan Legislature on Michigan’s state assessment options. Their testimony follows.

Ed Trust-Midwest supports Michigan’s college- and career-ready standards, assessment

ROYAL OAK, MICH. (February 5, 2014)  -- Today the Education Trust-Midwest testified to the Michigan legislature in support of the state’s plans to implement a new college- and career-ready state assessment system – and higher Michigan standards for teaching and learning – during the coming school year of 2014-15. 

Ed Trust-Midwest Applauds Snyder's Focus on Teaching Quality & Support

ROYAL OAK, MICH. (January 16, 2014)  -- Tonight, the Education Trust- Midwest applauds Governor Rick Snyder for his recognition of the importance of teacher support and evaluation in his State of the State speech.

New Data Show Detroit Student Performance Lowest in Nation for Urban Students

ROYAL OAK, MICH. (December 18, 2013) – Detroit Public School student achievement continues to be devastatingly low – and has changed very little in the last four years – according to today’s release on student performance in the country’s largest urban school districts from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).