The Michigan Educational Assessment Program assesses students in grades 3-9 based on the Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations (GLEC's) in English language arts and mathematics and the Michigan Curriculum Framework in science and social studies. The MEAP is administered annually, in the fall. >More Information at MDE
The MEAP Toolkit aligns the Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE's) with the released items from the fall MEAP administration. This resource provides a guide for the analysis of the instruction content included on the MEAP. The actual released items are provided for review of student performance at the state, district, school, and classroom level. >More Information at MDE
The Michigan Merit Examination assesses students in grades 11 and 12 based on Michigan High School Content Expectations (HSCE). It is administered each spring. The MME consists of three major components: the ACT Plus Writing college entrance examination; the Work Keys job skills assessment in reading and mathematics; and Michigan-developed assessments in mathematics, science, and social studies. >More Information at MDE
MI-Access is Michigan's alternate assessment system, designed for students with cognitive impairments whose IEP (Individualized Educational Program) Team has determined that MEAP assessments, even with accommodations, are not appropriate. MI-Access satisfies the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) as reauthorized in 2004 and the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 that require all students with disabilities be assessed at the state level. >More Information at MDE
For K-12 students eligible for English language learner (ELL) services.
MEAP Released Items
The documents below contain items that have been used on previous MEAP tests. These released items may be copied and distributed freely.
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