Each year, schools and districts review policies and practices to consider ways to improve and enhance student achievement. This process, commonly referred to as the school improvement process is deeply imbedded in building, district, and state accountability systems and has become an integral part of school and systems reform.
Since the passage of Public Act 25, in 1990, Michigan schools and districts have been required to develop 3-5 year school improvement plans. Schools and districts use these plans as a blueprint to establish goals and objectives that will guide teaching and learning, resource allocation, staff development, data management and assessment. They also use it to measure their ability to meet the goals and objectives established in the plan.
The new School Profiles and Annual Reports page in the Report to the Community section of this site contains:
- the District Improvement Plan
- individual School Improvement Plans
- along with the District and individual school Annual Educational Reports