Student Success Act

What is the Student Success Act?

In the spring of 2019, state leaders passed HB 3427, known as the Student Success Act (SSA), which will increase revenue for K-12 schools by $1B each year.

The revenue will be divided into three accounts: Early Learning, Statewide Initiatives and Student Investment. 

The Student Investment Account (SIA) intends to meet students’ mental and behavioral health needs and increase academic achievement and reduce academic disparities for students of color; students with disabilities; emerging bilingual students; and students navigating poverty, homelessness, and foster care; and other students who have historically experienced disparities in Oregon schools.

Part of the application process includes seeking input from local stakeholders including school staff, students, parents and community members that will represent the district’s student body and their diverse needs.

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