This page contains information related to K-12 public school finance policy in the State of Michigan. Additional links that may be useful in gathering public school finance information are also provided.
The Bulletin 1014 contains various pieces of financial information about Michigan Public Schools including revenue and expenditure per pupil. They also include the fall pupil count, average teacher salary, and taxable value information.
The Bulletin 1011 is a financial report that groups districts by size of pupil membership. It contains various pieces of financial information about groups of Michigan Public Schools including balance sheet, revenue and expenditure data. It also includes the fall pupil count and average teacher salary for those groups. The database/excel version of the report lists individual district information for each of the data elements listed in the pdf version of the report.
The Office of School Review and Fiscal Accountability (OSRFA) is responsible for working with Michigan school districts, intermediate school districts, and public school academies to provide early warning and technical assistance to districts facing potential fiscal stress or incurring a general funds deficit projected to last more than five years.
Commissioned by the MI Treasury department, this is a data-focused analysis of the revenues and expenditures of school districts in the state. It seeks to answer the basic question: "How much money does it take to educate a student that is proficient by state standards, every year?"