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Michigan2021-10-06T23:37:47+00:00

MICHIGAN

The Michigan Department of Education published FY 2019-20 school-by-school expenditures data under the School-Level Expenditure Report section of the MI School Data website. Explore Michigan’s spending data below or jump over to MI School Data HERE.

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WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE REPORT CARD ABOUT SCHOOL-BY-SCHOOL SPENDING

To see how your school’s spending compares to the district average, use the “Comparison Options” on the School Level Expenditure Report page. To determine the state average, download the 2019-20 Data file under School-Level Expenditure Report and use the information to calculate the state average.

MI School Data provides the ability to view spending for all schools in a district and the district average. On the School Level Expenditure Report page click “Comparison Options” and then “District Compare.” Select the school year and districts you wish to view.

Michigan does not break down spending by services on their school report card.

Michigan does not break down spending by services on their school report card.

MI School Data does not have the ability to directly compare per-pupil spending and demographics.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View each comparison school’s report card to collect spending and demographic data.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Michigan does not currently provide school-level demographic data statewide.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, limited outcomes data was collected for school year 2019-20. Visit each school’s report card to collect spending and demographic data and any available outcomes.

If you have any questions about the data or feedback on the report card, please contact the MI School Data help desk.