Accountability

Annual Education Report

The Annual Education (AER) is designed to meet the federal requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 2001 (also known as NCLB) for an annual report. The report provides detailed data on state administered student assessment results, accountability results, teacher qualification information, and the state results for the National Asessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). There is an AER for the state, each LEA, and each school, populated with the appropriate information.  If used as designed, the AER reports and cover letters also meet the state requirement for reporting to parents and communities in an annual education report.
 

The AER letter templates are available in mischooldata.org

Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and schools must post and make copies available 15 days before school starts but no sooner than the public release of accountability results. Providing this information at least 15 days before school starts allows parents to make a better choice about which school to select for their child. This information should remain available on the website(s) for one year, until the next year’s report is prepared.

School and District Scorecard

In the summer of 2012, Michigan was approved for flexibility from certain requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). The approved flexibility waiver from the United States Department of Education has created a new and exciting method for looking at school accountability in the State of Michigan. Michigan will be implementing a new, rigorous and comprehensive system designed to improve the educational outcomes for all students. The new system will work to close achievement gaps, increase equity, and improve the quality of instruction in our public districts and schools across the state. Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, the Michigan Department of Education will release Michigan School Accountability Scorecards as an indicator of school and district compliance, assessment participation and assessment performance requirements.

Michigan Department of Education Accountability Page

 

 

MI Excel (Statewide System of Support)

The MI Excel Program works with Title 1 Priority and Focus Schools.

For more information on MI Excel, click here.