U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

Table of contents
•Title page
•Introduction
•Acknowledgments
•National Summary
State Profiles
•Sources
•Appendix A
•Appendix B
•Appendix C
•Full report in PDF format (1,601K)

State Education Indicators with a Focus on Title I

Michigan
http://www.mde.state.mi.us/


School and Teacher Demographics

Per Pupil Expenditures
(CCD, 1998-1999)
$7,432

Number of districts
(CCD, 1999-2000)
746

Number of public schools
(CCD, 1999-2000)
Elementary Middle High Combined Total
2,101 633 659 122 3,606

Number of charter schools
(CCD, 1999-2000)
193

Number of FTE teachers
(CCD, 1999-2000)
Elementary Middle High Combined Total
43,597 19,931 25,310 2,079 91,794

Public school enrollment
  1993-94 1999-2000
K-8
(CCD)
1,106,414 1,179,530
9-12
(CCD)
423,081 479,654
Total
(CCD)
1,599,377 1,685,952
Pre-K
(by state definition)
11,704 11,402

Sources of funding
District average
(CCD, 1998-99)

State 65%, Local 28%, Federal 7%, Intermediate, *

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Student Demographics

Race/ethnicity
(CCD, K-12)
  1993-94 1999-2000
American Indian/Alaskan Natives 15,560 17,084
  1% 1%
Asian/Pacific Islander 21,441 29,468
  1% 2%
Black 266,717 310,029
  17% 19%
Hispanic 36,457 52,732
  2% 3%
White 1,204,118 1,249,871
  78% 75%
Other n/a n/a
 

Students with disabilities
(OSEP)
1993-94 1999-2000
152,295 183,790
9% 10%

Students with Limited English Proficiency
(ED/NCBE, K-12)
1993-94 1999-2000
45,631 44,471
3% 3%

Migratory students
(OME, K-12)
1993-94 1999-2000
20,018 15,339
1% 1%

All schools by percent of students eligible to participate in the Free Lunch Program*
(CCD, 1999-2000)

For 0 to 34%, 2,212 schools; 35% to 49%, 480 schools; 50% to 74%, 454 schools; 75% to 100%, 456 schools

*4 schools did not report.

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Statewide Accountability Information
(Collected from States, January 2002 for 2001-2002 school year)

Statewide Goal for Schools on State Assessment
All students will read independently and use math to solve problems at grade level; experience a year of growth for a year of instruction; have an educational plan leading them to being prepared for success.

Expected School Improvement on Assessment
Each school is required to develop a school improvement plan including goals based on academic objectives for all students and strategies to accomplish these goals. In development: all schools will be assigned an improvement target.

Indicators for School Accountability
Family involvement, continous improvement, performance management systems, professional development, extended learning opportunities, arts, advanced coursework.

Title I Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Schools
Close gap for school 10 percent between high and low gain per year in level.


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Title I

Title I
(ED Consolidated Report, 1999-2000)
  School Wide Programs Targeted Assistance Totals
Number of Schools 681 1,548 2,229
  31% 69% 100%
Schools Meeting AYP Goal 511 1,249 1,760
  75% 81% 79%
School in Need of Improvement 554 1,158 1,712
  81% 75% 77%

Title I allocation
(Includes Basic, Concentration, and LEA grants, Capital Expenditures, Even Start, Migrant Education, and Neglected & Delinquent, ED, 1999-00)
$351,204,136

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NAEP State Results
  Grade 4 Grade 8
Reading, 1998:  
Proficient level and above 28% n/a
Basic level and above 63% n/a
Math, 2000:  
Proficient level and above 29% 29%
Basic level and above 72% 70%

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Assessment Information
Assessment Reported Michigan Educational Assessment Program Essential Skills
State Definition of "Proficient" Satisfacory > 300 on reading test, > 520 on Math test

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Student Achievement 1999-2000

Percentage of students meeting state proficiency levels

Grade 4

Reading/Language Arts
        Proficient Above Proficiency
  Low | Moderate Satisfactory
All Students 18% | 24% 58%
Title I Schools 20 | 25 55
High Poverty Schools 32 | 25 43
      |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency 42 | 26 33
Migratory students 35 | 29 37
Students with Disabilities 38 | 33 29

Mathematics
        Proficient Above Proficiency
  Low | Moderate Satisfactory
All Students 9% | 16% 75%
Title I Schools 10 | 18 73
High Poverty Schools 20 | 23 57
      |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency 15 | 27 59
Migratory students 9 | 36 56
Students with Disabilities 32 | 28 40

Student achievement trend
Reading 4th grade meets or exceeds satisfactory

For 1996-97, 49% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, and 35% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory. For 1997-98, 59% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, and 44% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satifactory. For 1998-99, 60% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, 30% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory. For 1999-00, 58% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, 43% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory.

Middle School

Grade 7

Reading
        Proficient Above Proficiency
  Low | Moderate Satisfactory
All Students 21% | 30% 49%
Title I Schools 26 | 31 43
High Poverty Schools 37 | 31 32
      |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency 47 | 28 25
Migratory students 47 | 32 21
Students with Disabilities 49 | 32 19

Mathematics
        Proficient Above Proficiency
  Low | Moderate Satisfactory
All Students 14% | 23% 63%
Title I Schools 19 | 27 55
High Poverty Schools 37 | 32 31
      |    
Students with Limited English Proficiency 34 | 29 37
Migratory students 39 | 29 32
Students with Disabilities 44 | 31 25

Student achievement trend
Math 7th grade meets or exceeds satisfactory

For 1996-97 51% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, 29% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory. For 1997-98, 61% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, and 37% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satifactory. For 1998-99, 63% of all students meet or exceed Standard, 31% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory. For 1999-00, 63% of all students meet or exceed Satisfactory, 31% of students in High Poverty Schools meet or exceed Satisfactory.

 

High School

Reading
       
All Students      
Title I Schools      
High Poverty Schools      
         
Students with Limited English Proficiency      
Migratory students      
Students with Disabilities      

Mathematics
       
All Students      
Title I Schools      
High Poverty Schools      
         
Students with Limited English Proficiency      
Migratory students      
Students with Disabilities      


High School Indicators
  1993-94 1998-99
High school dropout rate
(CCD, event)
n/a n/a
  1994-95 1998-99
Postsecondary enrollment
(IPEDS, High school grads enrolled in college)
55,230 58,865
66% 63%

Sources


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