Oregon's Student Success Act (SSA) Feedback Survey
We are seeking more of your feedback to help inform how LOSD invests grant funds from Oregon's Student Success Act (SSA).
This survey asks teachers and staff, students, parents and guardians, and community members to rank investment possibilities based on what you think could provide the greatest impact for student success, particularly for students who have historically experienced academic disparities. In LOSD, students who have historically experience academic disparities include those with differing abilities, students navigating poverty and homelessness, and students of color.
The survey has closed. Thank you for your ongoing engagement and participation in this grant process.
The Student Success Act, signed into law in May, 2019, is a historic opportunity for Oregon schools. When fully implemented this act will invest approximately $2 billion for early learning and K-12 education. Close to $500 million will go directly to Oregon public schools through the Student Investment Account.
Funds from the Student Investment Account will be distributed to Oregon school districts through a non-competitive grant application process. The focus of the Student Investment Account is on key areas for improvement: reducing class size, increasing instructional time, addressing health and safety needs and ensuring a well-rounded education. The law requires school districts to meaningfully engage stakeholders to determine the best investments for students in their local community while explicitly focusing on student mental and behavior health, addressing disparities based on race or disability, and improving teaching and learning conditions.
As part of LOSD's application process for this investment in our students' education, the district will be asking for input from our entire community -- students, staff, parents and community members -- to assess our needs and strategically plan for the best use of Student Investment Account funds.
Please join in and make your voice heard! The district will be providing opportunities to participate in listening sessions and online surveys, with the goal of ensuring that our plans represent each and every student in our community.