If a school district is deficient, the Oregon Department of Education will order the school district to correct the deficiency.
Under the law, the department cannot order a school district to pay damages or attorney fees. The department is limited to ordering school districts to receive training, implement procedures, develop written policies, or perform other functions that will ensure that the school district will not violate the law in the future.
If a school district does not correct a deficiency, the department may withhold a State School Fund payment or a portion of State School Fund payment from the district.
To learn more about what remedies are available to you, you may
contact our complains and appeals team.