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Welcome to the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

We hope to keep supporting your work and create a space for tools and resources, but also reflect on the essence of the "why" of our work. Our Equity Team is committed to looking for evidence and research-based practices that will enhance your teaching practices.

ODE Education Equity Stance

Education equity is the equitable implementation of policy, practices, procedures, and legislation that translates into resource allocation, education rigor, and opportunities for historically and currently marginalized youth, students, and families including civil rights protected classes. This means the restructuring and dismantling of systems and institutions that create the dichotomy of beneficiaries and the oppressed and marginalized.


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2024 Student Success RFA Coming Soon 

The Oregon Department of Education is pleased to announce upcoming Requests for Applications (RFA) for the African American/Black Student Success, Latino/a/x & Indigenous Student Success, LGBTQ2SIA+ Student Success, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Student Success grant programs. The upcoming RFA performance period for each grant program will begin October 1, 2024 and cross several biennia, ending June 30, 2028, for a 4-year total grant period. Further information about funding and application requirements are forthcoming. 
In order to be informed when this RFA goes live on OregonBuys, please subscribe to the following listservs: African American/Black Student SuccessImmigrant/Refugee Student SuccessLatino/a/x & Indigenous Student  SuccessLGBTQ2SIA+ Student Success, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Student Success programs. Questions will be directed to the Single Point of Contact (SPC) for each RFA at the time of posting.

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Deb Lange - Assistant Superintendent

Mariana Praschnik- Enriquez - Director