Best Practices Dashboard

​​​​​​​Michigan Best Practices Incentive Dashboard

The following information is provided as required by the Michigan Best Practices Incentive, Requirement D, Section 81(7), of MCL 388.1681(7):

(d) The intermediate district provides to parents and community members a dashboard or report card demonstrating the intermediate district's efforts to manage its finances responsibly.  The dashboard or report card shall include revenue and expenditure projection obligations, detailed by project, including anticipated 2013-2014 payment for each project, a listing of total outstanding debt, and at least all of the following for the 3 most recent school years for which the data are available:

(i) A list of services offered by the intermediate district that are shared by other local or intermediate districts and a list of the districts or intermediate districts that participate.

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Direct Services to Students

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(OHRC)

Avondale13,14,15
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Berkley13,14,15
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Birmingham13,14,15
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Bloomfield13,14,15
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Brandon13,14,15
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Clarenceville13,14,1514 ,1513,14,1513,14,1513,14,15
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Clarkston13,14,1513,14,15 13,14,15
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Clawson13,14,15
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Farmington13,14,15
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Ferndale13,14,15
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Hazel Park13,14,15
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Holly13,14,15
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Huron Valley13,14,15
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Lake Orion13,14,1513,14,1514,15 13,14,15
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Lamphere13,14,1513,14,15 1513,14,15
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Madison13,14,15
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Novi13,14,15
15 13,14,1514,15 13,14,15
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Oak Park13,14,15
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Oxford13,14,15
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Pontiac13,14,15
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Rochester13,14,15
13,14,1514,1513,14,15
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Royal Oak13,14,1513,14,1513,14,1514,1513,14,15
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South Lyon13,14,15
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Southfield13,14,15
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Troy13,14,1513,14,1513,14,15
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Walled Lake13,14,1513,14,15 1513,14,15
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Waterford13,14,15
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West Bloomfield13,14,1514,1513,14,15 15 13,14,15
13,14,15
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13,14,15 13,14,15

 Key: 13 = FY 2012-13, 14 = FY 2013-14, 15 = FY 2014-15

(ii) The total cost savings to local or other intermediate districts that share services with the intermediate district.

Cost savings and revenue enhancements vary depending on state mandates, grants and local district demands.

Fiscal YearCost savings and revenue enhancements
2011-12
$95,944,128
2012-13$81,663,705
2013-14$78,574,658

 More information can be found in the Oakland Schools District Service Report .

(iii) The number and percentage of teachers in the intermediate district service area that are trained to integrate technology into the classroom.

Fiscal YearTeacher Count *Percentage
FY 2011-12
8,829.00
90%
FY 2012-138,971.7295%
FY 2013-148,817.5095%

  * Source: CEPI School Personnel Data - https://www.mischooldata.org/Other/DataFiles/StaffingInformation/HistoricalStaffingSummary.aspx

(iv) The total funds received from levying special education and vocational education millages, and the number of special education and vocational education pupils served with those dollars.

Fiscal YearSpecial Education Vocational Education
Funds Received ($)Students Served Funds Received ($) Students Served
FY  2012-13$123,816,000
*$30,307,000
*
FY 2013-14$124,315,398*$30,436,497*
FY 2014-15$125,613,800*$30,747,200*

 *The ISD primarily provides services and support to districts which provide services to students, except by direct request.  

(v) The number and percentage of individualized education programs developed for special education pupils that contain academic goals.

 The ISD does not develop IEPs, but instead provides services and support for districts which do.