State Assessments

K-12 State Asessments
MDE Assessment Accountability 

General Assessment or MI-ACCESS​
MI-Access is Michigan's alternate assessment system, and is designed for students who have, or function as if they have, significant cognitive impairments, and whose IEP (Individualized Educational Program) Team has determined that General Assessments, even with accommodations, are not appropriate. MI-Access satisfies the federal requirement that all students with disabilities be assessed at the state level.
MI-Access is based on 
Michigan’s alternate content standards for English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies.
IEP teams must follow the 
guidelines for participation in MI-Access. When any level of MI-Access is selected as the state level assessment for any student, schools must provide the parents/guardians of that student: (1) information regarding the academic achievement standards on which their performance will be measured, and (2) how participation in this assessment may delay or otherwise affect (or prevent) the student from completing the requirements for a regular high school diploma.

ACT Accommodations 

Required Case Manager Medicaid Documentation
GO-ISD Medicaid Guidance 
Administrative Outreach Program Overview and Random Moment Time Study Information
Medicaid School-Based Services Manual
Medicaid School-Based Services Quality Assurance Plan
Medicaid Documentation Guidelines for Case Managers