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Deputy Superintendent's Advisory Committee on Safe and Effective Schools for ALL Students

Who We Are

The Advisory Committee was created to provide recommendations to help ensure that every student in Oregon has the support they need to thrive. Governor Kate Brown has stated that her vision is for every student in Oregon to graduate from high school with a plan for their future; and that starts with creating safe, equitable classroom environments where everyone can learn. Collectively, we bear a profound responsibility to shape the future of the next generation of Oregonians.

The Advisory Committee's charge is consistent with Governor Brown's directive that the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) ensure Oregon's children, students and young people are provided the full benefit of programs as intended and consistent with the Oregon Equity Lens for education. The Lens also serves as another action step to ensure that ODE's focus on equity is further embedded across all departmental programs and initiatives - including harassment and bullying prevention, social/emotional learning supports, trauma-informed practices and restorative justice practices - to better serve all students on their path to graduation.

Committee Documents


March 20 Presentations

March 29 Presentations

April 9 Presentations

April 12 Presentation

May 3 Presentation

May 15 Meeting information

Committee Meeting Dates

Full-day Advisory Committee Meetings 

All meetings held from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. at the Chemeketa Winema Center in Salem
March 20 - Agenda
April 9 - Agenda
May 15 - Agenda

Half-day Sub-Committee Meetings (based upon break out sign up)

March 29 - Topic: environment - Agenda
April 12 - Topic: safety - Agenda
May 3 - Topic: engagement - Agenda
May 17 - Topic: report - Agenda

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