LANSING (WKZO) -- If current trends of underperforming schools continue, the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan could become the largest school district in the state in the next five years. Projections outlined in a federal grant application indicate that up to 45-additional schools performing in the bottom five percent academically could fall under state authority. That could bring the number of students in the state-run-district to approximately 46-thousand.
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