Open Enrollment Policies: State Profile

Open Enrollment Policies: State Profile - Michigan

Last updated: June 2013. Please contact Emily Workman (303.299.3655 or eworkman@ecs.org) with questions or comments about the database.
 

Open Enrollment Survey 2013
Does the state have a Voluntary Intradistrict Open Enrollment program? N/A
Does the state have a Mandatory Intradistrict Open Enrollment program? YES
If low-performing school.
Does the state have a Voluntary Interdistrict Open Enrollment program? YES
District may accept nonresident students residing within a contiguous school district for next school year.
Does the state have a Mandatory Interdistrict Open Enrollment program? NO
Does the state provide districts “Opt Out” provisions for open enrollment programs? YES
Space available.
Does the state set priorities for districts to follow when accepting students for open enrollment? YES
Siblings and, for limited time once enrollment opened, students who live in contiguous, intermediary districts. Otherwise, must be based on a random process.
Who is responsible for student transportation? Student responsible.
Do desegregation provisions impact open enrollment programs? If district subject to court-ordered desegregation plan, students may prohibited from transferring in or out of district.

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