Who we are
Oakland Schools, one of 56 intermediate school districts (ISDs), was established in Michigan in 1962. ISDs are regional service agencies that offer support services to school personnel that are best delivered regionally, as measured by cost, size and quality advantages. Oakland Schools is an autonomous, tax-supported public school district governed by Michigan General School Laws.
Oakland Schools: Learning today. Transforming tomorrow.
Our Continuous Improvement Plan Goals
- Equity – We will allocate and manage our resources to ensure all learners will have opportunity and access to high-quality education.
- Well-being – We will promote, develop and implement practices to support positive social, emotional mental and physical well-being of all learners.
- Excellence – We will strengthen the professional practice of educators in order for children and students to achieve high levels of academic performance, acquire essential life skills and demonstrate active citizenship.
- Operations – We will develop and maintain efficient business, financial, human resource, instructional and technology systems to support high-quality education.