Detroit Free Press

Michigan schools will be expected to conduct standardized tests online for the first time next spring.

That’s according to data from the Michigan School Accountability Scorecards, the system to keep tabs on schools under the federal No Child Left Behind act. See how Kalamazoo Schools fared here:

Free Press series raised concerns over accountability of charter schools in state

The achievement authority, founded three years ago, oversees failing schools in the state that don’t seem to be improving.

In the past few weeks, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have updated Michigan’s status from local flu activity to regional.