MI School Data is the main resource for CEPI data. Public users can access aggregate test scores, graduation rates, college and K-12 school information, enrollment numbers, and more.
Schools and colleges can grant secure login rights to educators who need more detailed reports to tailor instruction or evaluate programs. Contact your school's administrator/keyholder to request secure access to MI School Data. Common users include curriculum coordinators, teachers, program evaluators, counselors and advisors.
The EEM is a searchable database of Michigan education facilities. You can look up contact information for a school or district, search by location, create mailing lists, request predefined datasets, and more.
If you need non-aggregate data for program evaluations or studies, please visit the Michigan Education Research Institute website. MERI is a research partnership between CEPI, the Michigan Department of Education, the University of Michigan, and Michigan State University aimed at studying public education in Michigan with the goal of improving education services and outcomes for all students.
Rigorous data use, storage and destruction policies must be met before data are provided. Confidential data are masked by research identification codes and file layouts modified for research purposes. Common users include researchers doing national studies or performing program evaluation across several entities in Michigan.
You can also contact the MDE Office of Evaluation, Strategic Research and Accountability website by email at email@example.com.
CEPI does not have transcripts, diplomas or GEDs. For transcripts and diplomas, contact your school, district or ISD. If your school participates in the e-Transcript program, see our e-Transcript web page. For GEDs, contact the Workforce Development Agency at 517-373-1692.
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