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2023-2024 Services Report

Local Districts/Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) and Public School Academies (PSAs)

Wayne County, Michigan: By the Numbers

Updated 07/2024

Enrollment and Budget

Professional Development

Specialized Student Services

Students across sites engaged in summer STEM literacy camps
Early Literacy Coaches on Special Assignment funded by WRESA
District instructional coaches in the WRESA Coaching Network
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District/School Continuous Improvement

Special Education & Early Intervention Services

Shared Operational Services

Content Areas

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Educators engaged in the Elementary Mathematics Leaders Network
Educators engaged in the Secondary Mathematics Leaders Network
No. of Districts for Early Mathematics
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Provided Instructional Technology Leaders Network Opportunities to Districts and PSAs
Educators engaged in the Instructional Technology Leaders Network
Educators engaged in the WRESA Maker Network
District educational leaders providing guidance and input for the AI Exploratory Committee
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Educators trained in Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG) Levels 1 and 2
LEAs and PSAs benefiting from 31n(6) and Wayne County Executive Office funding to provide new or expanded mental health supports and services to general education students with mild to moderate mental health needs
LEAs and PSAs benefitting from School Nurse Consulting Services from our 3 School Outreach Nurses
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Wayne RESA’s vision statement is “Leading...Learning for All”.

We believe that leadership is the foundation of our organization. Below are some of the ways Wayne RESA helps lead the ways:

  • Founding member of the K-12 Alliance, a leading voice for public education in Michigan
  • Great Lakes Equity Project/Midwest Equity Assistance Center partner
  • Member of the General Education Leaders Network (GELN)
  • Member of the Special Education Instructional Leaders Network (SEILN)
  • Standing member and fiscal agent for the Great Start Collaborative–Wayne County, the county-wide partnership supporting early childhood development
  • Founding member of the School Finance Research Collaborative
  • Member of Michigan Education Technology Leaders (METL)
  • Advisor to Michigan State Education Network (SEN)
  • Member of Michigan Collaboration Hub (MiCH)
  • Member of Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) Data Collections Advisory
  • Member of the Early Childhood Administrators Network (ECAN)
  • Lead the Wayne County Communications Consortium
  • Member of the National and Michigan School Public Relations Associations (NSPRA, MSPRA) and Intermediate School District Public Relations (ISDPR) Network
  • Lead Intermediate School Districts (ISDs) for the development of the Talent Together consortium
  • Lead ISDs for the School Infrastructure Projects (Sec. 11y)

Wayne RESA offers professional development to leaders in the following areas:

  • Adult Education Administrators
  • Alternative School Leadership Network
  • Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee
  • Attendance Collaborative Seminar
  • Continuous Improvement Leaders for MICIP Leaders/Teams
  • Curriculum Administrators
  • Elementary and Secondary Principals Network
  • Equity Literacy Leaders
  • Instructional Technology Leaders
  • Learning Series for Leaders
  • Library Media Leaders
  • Literacy Leaders
  • Math Leaders
  • Multilingual Network
  • New Principal/Assistant Principal Academy
  • New Teacher Academy
  • New and Aspiring Curriculum Leaders
  • Parent Advisory Committee
  • School Safety Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG) and Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM) Leadership
  • Science Leaders
  • Social Studies Leaders
  • Trauma-Informed Leadership
  • Wayne County Foster Care Liaisons
  • Wayne County Homeless Liaisons
  • Wayne County State and Federal Program Leaders
  • Wayne Future Leaders Initiative

Wayne RESA sponsors opportunities for administrators and leaders to collaborate and learn from top experts:

  • Alternative School Leadership Network
  • Aspiring Administrators Academy
  • Learning Series for Leaders
  • New Principal/Assistant Principal Academy
  • New Teacher Academy
  • Parent Advisory Committee
  • Principals Network
  • Trauma-Informed Leadership
MAISA: Michigan Associate of Intermediate School Administrators - Supporting Regional Education Service Agencies

Wayne RESA is a member of the following MAISA Leadership Networks

Early Childhood Administrators Network (ECAN)
General Education Leadership Network (GELN)
ISD PR Network - Intermediate School District Public Relations Network
Michigan Education Technology Leaders (METL)
Special Education Instructional Leadership Network (SEILN)
AdvancED Accredited from North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement
Wayne RESA is pleased to have earned accreditation, for all of its buildings and programs, through the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.