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Current State School Fund statements.
Facility Grant, Small High School Grant, Common School Fund, High Cost Disability Grant, School Construction Excise tax information, Net operating expenditures, December to June ratios.
School Finance, Data and Analysis executive memoranda.
ESEA has been the major Federal funding mandate for public schools. This page will be updated periodically, as these programs transition to ESSA.
Schools and districts in Oregon are called upon to engage in the continuous improvement process to improve outcomes for students. This page contains information to support districts in the development and submission of their required district continuous improvement plan.
The Oregon Beginning Teacher and Administrator Mentorship Program was established in 2007 through the passage of HB 2574. In 2015 the Oregon Legislature continued funding for the Oregon Mentorship Program through The Network for Quality Teaching and Learning (HB 3233).
The Oregon Advanced Placement Programs help students, in low-income situations, participate in rigorous academic coursework that will increase their opportunities and get a head start into college. These programs are important tools for closing Oregon's achievement gap.
The Post Graduate Scholar Program is a safety net for high school students who have earned a high school diploma, earned below a 2.5 GPA (thus not eligible for Oregon Promise), and are ineligible for the PELL Grant or the grant does not cover one year of college tuition and fees.
Select the link above to review frequently asked questions and how the OSU Extension works in collaboration with schools, partners, and communities to launch the statewide Outdoor School program.
The Technical Assistance Program (TAP) helps districts plan for capital improvements and expansion so they can better inform their communities about deferred maintenance needs, future enrollment and explore sources of funding for school facilities. TAP provides four types of grants to school districts to cover or offset the costs of conducting:
The Oregon School Capital Improvement Matching Program (OSCIM) provides matching grants to districts that pass a local general obligation bond. The goal of the program is to encourage local communities to invest in their district's public schools. Commitments are made to districts ahead of the election so districts can inform their communities of the potential for additional funds from the state if the local bond passes. The matching grants are up to $4 million for most districts and some districts may receive up to $8 million in matching grants.
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