Educational Achievement Authority - Joint Board of Directors & Executive Committee Meeting

August 26, 2014

Held at 2:00 pm Tuesday August 26, 2014Wayne County Community College1001 West Fort StreetThe Frank Hayden Community Room #236Detroit, MI 48226Joint Board of Directors & Executive Committee MeetingA copy of the meeting minutes are available for public inspection at the EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT AUTHORITY website at http://www.michigan.gov/eaa within 8 business days for proposed minutes and within 5 business days of approval for approved minutes. The Authority shall comply with subtitle A of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or any successor law. Should you require specific accommodation(s) please contact the Education Achievement Authority at (313) 456-3010 prior to the meeting.The Education Achievement Authority is the statewide school system that has assumed operation of the lowest 5 percent of performing schools in the state of Michigan, to transform them into stable, financially responsible public schools that provide the conditions, tools, resources, support and safe learning environment under which teachers can help students make significant academic gains. The agenda includes opportunities for public comment.

School Disaster Preparedness - "Facing the Unthinkable," Dale County, Alabama Student Hostage Incident - Part 1

July 28, 2014

Donny Bynum, Superintendent, Dale County Schools of Ozark, Alabama recounts the events surrounding the school bus hijacking and kidnapping of a young boy by 54 year old JImmie Dykes in 2013.  Recorded at Wayne RESA, 7/23/2014

District and School Improvement - MDE Program Evaluation - An Overview of the Process and Tool

July 03, 2014

District and School Improvement MDE Program Evaluation - An Overview of the Process and Tool Published on July 3, 2014

Education Achievement Authority - June 30, 2014 Education Achievement Authority Board Meeting

June 30, 2014

The Education Achievement Authority is the statewide school system that has assumed operation of the lowest 5 percent of performing schools in the state of Michigan, to transform them into stable, financially responsible public schools that provide the conditions, tools, resources, support and safe learning environment under which teachers can help students make significant academic gains. The agenda includes opportunities for public comment.

Education Achievement Authority - June 17, 2014 Education Achievement Authority Board Meeting

June 17, 2014

The Education Achievement Authority is the statewide school system that has assumed operation of the lowest 5 percent of performing schools in the state of Michigan, to transform them into stable, financially responsible public schools that provide the conditions, tools, resources, support and safe learning environment under which teachers can help students make significant academic gains. The agenda includes opportunities for public comment.