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MI Blueprint for Comprehensive Student Recovery
MI Blueprint for Comprehensive Student Recovery is designed to support local education leaders in developing and implementing a comprehensive recovery plan that is multi-year, evidence-based, and equity-driven. The Blueprint provides data-informed recommendations to address challenges across wellness, academics, school culture and climate, family and community engagement and post-secondary education. MI Blueprint for Comprehensive Student Recovery also provides specific recommendations for state-level policymakers to accelerate student recovery now and lay the foundation for significant systems change in the future.
The Blueprint is authored by the Student Recovery Advisory Council. The Council is chaired by Superintendent Kevin Polston, and includes school leaders, educators, public health practitioners, pediatricians, school board members, community leaders, mental health experts, philanthropic representatives, higher educator administrators, legislators, parents, and students. The Student Recovery Advisory Council was created by Governor Gretchen Whitmer in February 2021 (Executive Order 2021-02).