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The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is a federal school accountability law rooted in supporting all students equitably and building systems that eliminate barriers to student success; it replaced No Child Left Behind in 2015. As part of ESSA, all states developed a plan for improving education and submitted it to the U.S. Department of Education.
The plan that Oregon submitted to the U.S. Department of Education is called Oregon’s Consolidated Plan Under the Every Student Succeeds Act. You can read a brief version here: Key Takeaways From Oregon’s Plan To Improve How We Serve Students. Oregon’s plan centers on four key commitments, which we generated through conversations with and feedback from Oregonians:
Every student should feel safe, welcome and fully included in their school community.
Every student will reach their full potential through an engaging and relevant education that serves their needs and interests.
We can strengthen Oregon’s education system and help our students reach their dreams by deepening partnerships across communities, schools, districts and the state.
Oregon is committed to inclusive, responsive, two-way communication with everyone dedicated to strengthening Oregon’s education system.
Under the Oregon Department of Education’s plan:
For Parents and Community Members
For School District Leaders and Teachers
Please contact Meg Boyd, Strategic Communications Analyst, with questions or for more information.
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