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Michigan State Board of Education / Michigan Department of Education - Goals and Reform Priorities 2012-2013

Michigan State Board of Education / Michigan Department of Education - Goals and Reform Priorities 2012-2013

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Goals and Reform priorities for Michigan schools in 2012-2013 as published by the State Board of Education and Michigan Department of Education.

Goals and Reform priorities for Michigan schools in 2012-2013 as published by the State Board of Education and Michigan Department of Education.

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Published by: Stephen Fuzzytek on Dec 28, 2012
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
JOHN C. AUSTIN
 –
PRESIDENT CASANDRA E. ULBRICH
 –
VICE PRESIDENTNANCY DANHOF
 –
SECRETARY MARIANNE YARED MCGUIRE
 –
TREASURERRICHARD ZEILE
 –
NASBE DELEGATE KATHLEEN N. STRAUSDANIEL VARNER EILEEN LAPPIN WEISER608 WEST ALLEGAN STREET P.O. BOX 30008 LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909www.michigan.gov/mde (517) 373-3324
RICK SNYDERG
OVERNOR
 MICHAEL P. FLANAGANS
UPERINTENDENT OF
 P
UBLIC
I
NSTRUCTION
 
MICHIGAN STATE BOARD OF EDUCATIONAND MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONGOAL AND REFORM PRIORITIES2012-2013
 
GOAL
Continue developing an effective and equitable performance-based system thatachieves academic growth and successful outcomes for all students.
REFORM PRIORITIES1.
 
Improved Student Achievement Through Innovation
a)
 
Initiate a study on education finance and innovation.b)
 
Support “any time, any place, any way, any pace” initiatives that help
schools to personalize learning for every student.c)
 
Increase access to quality distance and blended learning options.d)
 
Support, and remove barriers for every student to participate in earlypost-secondary learning opportunities, including dual enrollment, earlycollege, advanced placement, technical and career learning.e)
 
Identify and support successful interventions for turning around low-performing schools.f)
 
Close academic achievement gaps, with an initial focus on rapidlyimproving the academic outcomes of African-American males for whom
data show are Michigan’s per
sistently lowest achieving subgroup.g)
 
Implement the Common Core Career and College Ready Standards.
2.
 
Student Achievement-based System of Schools
a)
 
Implement a system of State Board of Education rewards for HighPerforming and High Progressing Schools.b)
 
Develop policies that incent and reward school performance onoutcomes, including improved student achievement proficiency andgrowth and reduced need for post-secondary remediation.c)
 
Implement a single statewide accountability system as described in
Michigan’s
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Flexibility Requestto the U.S. Department of Education.
S
TATE OF
M
ICHIGAN
 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
L
ANSING
 

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