Michigan School Index

The Michigan School Index System provides an overall index value ranging from 0-100 for each school based on: student growth, proficiency, graduation rates, English learner progress, attendance rates, advanced coursework completion, postsecondary enrollment, and staffing ratios. Schools with low index values may be identified as one of three low-performing school types defined by the federal requirements specified in Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA). This site contains the links to resources supporting Michigan Shool Index reports.

Michigan School Index System Resources

Lists of Schools Receiving Supports
Reports & Data
Fact Sheets
Guides, Presentations, & FAQs
Technical Documentation & Tools