Information Database Files
The FID Comparison Tool
Public Act 121 of 2009 requires school districts to post on-line certain financial data. This report approximates this format based on districts' FID submission. Users can compare two districts side-by-side or perform a year-to-year comparison of the same district.
District Financial Profiles are summarized data that contain easier-to-understand groupings of public school financial data and are available in PDF and DBF format.
District Financial Profile Files
Excel summary files contain the FID data for a given collection aggregated to different levels of account structure, e.g., fund, function, or object, at the state and district levels. The files are designed to work within and utilize the analytical abilities of Excel.
This section contains financial data collected prior to the opening of the FID.
Each year's collection consists of several data files contained in a ZIP file.
Potential Fiscal Stress Schools - Michigan Department of Treasury
Pursuant to Public Act 109 of 2015, the Michigan Department of Treasury produces a list of school districts and public school academies that have potential for financial distress.
Bulletin 1014 - Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Select Financial Information
Annual ISD Web Site Posting
Public Act 413 of 2004 (Enrolled House Bill 5475) amended the Revised School
code by adding section 620 (MCL 380.620), which requires each intermediate
school district (ISD) to post certain information on its Web site by December 31
of each year, beginning in 2006.
Public School Finance Information
This page contains information related to K-12 public school finance policy in
the State of Michigan including foundation allowance data and the National
Public Education Finance Survey. Additional links that may be useful in
gathering public school finance information are also provided.
Michigan Department of Education Office of Audits
Financial Statement Audits
The MDE stores electronic versions of each school district's annual financial
audit. The fully-indexed collection of audit reports is annually submitted by
Intermediate School Districts (ISDs), Local Education Agencies (LEAs), and
Public School Academies (PSAs). School districts confirm the details reported in
the Financial Information Database (FID) collection to be consistent with the
audited information contained in these reports.
The Common Core of
Data (CCD) is a program of the U.S. Department of Education's
National Center for Education Statistics that annually collects fiscal and
non-fiscal data about all public schools, public school districts and state
education agencies in the United States. The data are supplied by state
education agency officials and include information that describes schools and
school districts, including name, address, and phone number; descriptive
information about students and staff, including demographics; and fiscal data,
including revenues and current expenditures.
Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary Education
This publication contains basic revenue and expenditure data, by state, for
public elementary and secondary education. It contains state-level data on
revenues by source and expenditures by function, including expenditures per
Finance Statistics Center (EDFIN)
Information on all aspects of public school finance, including data, surveys,
graphs, tools, and publications.
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