In order to meet the ongoing needs of our local school districts, the MOISD General Education Department strives to incorporate the Michigan School Improvement Framework into every aspect of the general education programming offered for administrators, educators, and students.
Michigan School Improvement Framework
Strand I - Teaching for Learning
The school holds high expectations for all students, identifies essential curricular content, makes certain it is sequenced appropriately and is taught effectively in the available instructional times. Assessments used are aligned to curricular content and are used to guide instructional decisions and monitor student learning.
Strand II - Leadership
School leaders create a school environment where everyone contributes to a cumulative, purposeful and positive effect on student learning.
Strand III - Personnel & Professional Learning
The school has highly qualified personnel who continually acquire and use skills, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs necessary to create a culture with high levels of learning for all.
Strand IV - School & Community Relations
The school staff maintains purposeful, active, positive relationships with families of its students and with the community in which it operates to support student learning.
Strand V - Data & Information Management
Schools/districts have a system for managing data and information in order to inform decisions to improve student achievement.
Links to the Michigan Department of Education's School Improvement Framework
Strand I - Strand II - Strand III - Strand IV - Strand V